|Scientific Name||Viola stojanowii W. Becker|
|Habitat||Alpines and bright rock gardens or subalpine grassland.|
|Distribution||The southeastern part of Europe (Greece, Bulgaria).|
|Flower||Size||Middle size. There is hair in the base of the side dialect. Labial palp is flat.|
|Color||Bright golden yellow. Reddish violet lines are in labial palp.|
|Leaf||Size||Middle size. It is small and narrow egg-shaped.|
|Color||Both sides are dark green.|
|Others||Secular name is "Teeny Yellow Violet". Flowering summer to autumn. Flowers are fragrant.
This plant may be considered a protected species (Critically Endangered). Blooms May-July.
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