The Wild pansy (Viola tricolor) is a common wild species in Europe, which grows as an annual or short perennial life. It is a small plant climbing habit, reaching at least 15 cm high with flowers of in diameter. It grows in low grasslands, in acidic
Frosty Cherry - showing off it's darkest phase in warm weather. In cooler weather for me, the blooms are often more fully double and with far more white and only touches of burgundy red. A changeable flower, like several others I have.