A sweetly scented violet. Spreads by runners as well as seed. This is a plant of woodland or woodland edge. It will not tolerate direct hot sunshine as the dog violet will. Some of the rare fritillary butterflies will use sweet violet as caterpillar food, though the dog violet is most commonly used. Sweet violets can be crystallised in sugar for sweet making, or added to salads, fruit salads and drinks. Our sweet violets may be white or purple.
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