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Week 16 – April 17, 2024

Plant Information

Quicktime™ Yellow Violet Jump Up Viola

  • Quicktime™ Yellow Violet Jump Up Viola - Bloom
  • Quicktime™ Yellow Violet Jump Up Viola - Container
  • Quicktime™ Yellow Violet Jump Up Viola - Landscape
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Plant Details:

Scientific Name: Viola cornuta

Common Name: Horned Violet

Hardiness Zone: 6a - 6b

Hardiness Degree: -10°F (-23.3°C)

Blooming Season: Early Spring, Spring, Late Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Late Summer

Plant Habit: Mounded

Characteristics: Attracts Bees, Winter Interest (regional), Fragrant Flowers, Shade Tolerant, Low Maintenance, Frost Tolerant

Water: Medium

Fertilize: Every two weeks

Spacing: 6" (15cm)

Height: 6 - 8" (15 - 20cm)

Width: 6 - 8" (15 - 20cm)

Exposure: Partial Sun, Sun

General Information: Early-blooming, free-flowering plants provide bright color in early Spring and Fall gardens.

Grower Information:

Shorter production time = cost savings
Flowering 2 weeks faster than comparable series, Quicktime allows you to sow your viola crop 2 weeks later and still ship on time in Spring. With reduced labour and less heat needed in the greenhouse, the cost savings are quick to add up!

Plug crop time: 4.5 to 5 weeks
Transplant to finish: Spring 5 to 6 weeks, Autumn 3 to 4 weeks

  • Early-blooming, free-flowering plants provide bright colour in early Spring and Autumn gardens.
  • Reduced daylength sensitivity and free-flowering selection criteria make Quicktime viola the best option for saving growing time in cold-grown, overwinter-produced viola crops.
  • Compact plants are covered in 1 to 1.5-in./3 to 4-cm blooms.
  • A well-branched, full-bodied plant that fills out the pot or pack.
  • Features “Hyperflora” flowering power, so it has multiple blooms at first flower and continues with fast secondary and tertiary flowering.

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