The violet is one of the most recognisable flowers. Even the scientific name of the principal type makes sense; it is Viola odorta, the sweet violet. It is a native of Europe. Many hybrid forms exist with both single and double flowers. Flower colours include white and shades of pink lavender, violet, purple and yellow.
Symbolism of Violets
- Modesty and simplicity
- “I return your love!”
- Flower of March (Occidental)
- Good luck gift to a woman
- Herb of Jupiter (Astrological)
- Flower of Io (Greek)
- Emblem of the French Bonapartists
- Flower of March
I call this colour swatch Violet on wood.
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