Viola Seeds - Johnny Jump Up
About...Johnny Jump-up (Viola cornuta) - These are such delightful little flowers that bring charm and grace to any summer landscape. They grow very easily from Viola seeds, and once established will even self-sow. They are not invasive just delightful!
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SEEDS PER POUND
3 - 9
Spring through fall
Full sun to partial shade
Rich, well-drained, pH 5.8 - 6.8
Johnny Jump-up (Viola cornuta) - These are such delightful little flowers that bring charm and grace to any summer landscape. They grow very easily from Viola seeds, and once established will even self-sow. They are not invasive just delightful! Johnny Jump Up wildflowers have been around for centuries and are native to the mountains of Spain and France. They are found growing in many temperate regions of the world, and they are widely admired for their bright little faces. Other common names you may have heard for this flower are Wild Pansy and Heartsease. Since they are cool weather flowers, Johnny Jump Up wildflowers will bloom in the spring, fade during the heat of summer, and will often return with a new flush of flowers in the fall.
Viola Johnny Jump up is also considered to be a medicinal herb, the Wild Pansy herb was used to treat skin conditions and was found growing in many herb gardens.
Viola seed | johnny jump up
How to grow
How To Grow Johnny Jump Up From Seed: Sow Johnny Jump-up wildflower seeds directly outdoors in early spring or in the fall. The Viola seeds are tiny so do not cover the herb seeds with more than 1/16 of an inch of soil. Thin Johnny Jump Up seedlings to 6 inches apart. Johnny Jump-up plants likes moist, rich soil, but they are adaptable to a wide variety of soil types.
Sunny areas may be too hot in southern climates, while shady areas may be too cold in northern zones. Depending on your temperature zone, these wildflowers may grow in full sun to full shade. Trimming Johnny Jump-ups back in the heat of summer will encourage another flush of blooms in the fall.
- Sowing Rate: 3 ounces per 1,000 square feet or 7 pounds per acre
- Average Germ Time: 14 - 21 days
- Keep moist until germination
- Attracts bees and other pollinators
- Depth: Do not cover more than the thickness of the seed
This species has tri-colored blooms of purple, yellow and white and looks like mini-pansies. They usually grow in 3 - 6 inch clumps with heart-shaped leaves. The foliage is evergreen in some areas, but not very large.
- Height: 6 inches
- USDA Zones: 3 - 9
- Season: Perennial
- Deer Resistant: Yes
65 - 75F
AVERAGE GERM TIME
14 - 21 days
Seeds must be covered thinly, no more than the thickness of the seed
3 ounces per 1,000 square feet or 7 pounds per acre
Keep seed moist until germination
5 - 9
6 - 8 inches
Full sun to partial shade
Average garden soil, pH 5.8 - 7.2
Pansy (Pansy Spooky Halloween Mix) - You may not have known it, but Pansies are the most sold flower in the world. There are two main types of pansies, clear or pure & faced or blotch. A pansy with a face/blotch, features a dark blotch in the center of the flower. Pansies are available in an amazing array of colors including this unique orange and black display. Pansy plants can overwinter in many areas if they had time to develop a good footing and are easy to grow for these raw, prime pansy seeds. Pansies rarely have any disease or insect problems making them very low maintenance. The Panola series of Pansy plants are a cross between a Pansy & Viola which results in medium sized flowers that hold up better in rain and snow than the much larger flowering pansy varieties.