Flora of Northern Ireland
  • Viola palustris L. - Marsh Violet - Violaceae
Viola palustris
© Graham Day
Viola palustris
© Graham Day
Viola palustris
(Map updated: March 2008)
 

The leaves of this violet are rounded and kidney-shaped and generally larger than any other species of violet. It is common in bogs and wet peaty ground up to quite high altitudes. The flowers are a pale lilac colour.

All names: Viola palustris L.