Burren Flowers - Common Dog Violet
Botanical : Viola Riviniana
As Gaeilge : Fanaigse
Family : Violaceae - violet and pansies family
The Common Dog Violet flowers in the Burren between April and June. The Common Dog Violet is native to Ireland. It's a perennial and grows to 20cm when in flower. The flowers of the Common Dog Violet are violet-blue. They can be found in woodland, grassland, banks and roadsides in the Burren.
Burren Flowers Greeting Cards - Common Dog Violet
This Common Dog Violet appears at the bottom of a rising channel carved out of the beautiful Burren limestone rock. It's features alongside Greeting Cards of the Burren Mountain Aven, Lousewort, Common Centaury and Harebells in Greeting Card pack mbf008.
Other Burren Greeting Cards featuring the Common Dog Violet
The Common Dog Violet also features in mbf007 where it is beautifully complemented by a white flowered stem of the Blackthorn. These 5 handmade photo Greeting Cards are left blank for your own message. Each pack costs €6 with FREE delivery worldwide.