Flora of Northern Ireland
  • Viola riviniana Reichb. - Common Dog-violet
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Viola riviniana
© Graham Day
Viola riviniana
© Graham Day
Viola riviniana
© Graham Day
Viola riviniana
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Common dog-violet flowers in the early spring. It is a very common species of shady places such as hedgerows and woodland and is by far the commonest of the wild violets.

All names: Viola riviniana Reichb.