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(based on 8 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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Not sure it lived.
from Denver, CO
About Me Avid Gardener
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Comments about High Country Gardens Viola corsica:
I see this doing well in low water gardens but it starts out so small when you get it in the mail and never seemed healthy to me. Will see if it comes back this year but not thinking it will.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: Good Day Ben,We are so sorry to hear of your disappointment! Most of our perennials are sent with very little top growth as we are constantly cutting back new growth to ensure the plant will have strong, healthy roots and to help reduce damage in transit. Because we force our perennials to focus on their root system, often our perennials are slow to start as they are establishing. However, once established, they take off! Please know that we are truly committed to your success which is why we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all our products. If your Viola doesn't meet your expectations this spring, we encourage you to give us a call at 1-800-925-9387 One of our friendly representatives would be more than happy to go over your options so that you can get the results you paid for!Happy Gardening!
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
By ana purna
from Flagstaff, AZ
This was one of the best additions to our garden last year. The plants arrived in excellent condition. They began blooming almost as soon as they were in the ground, and they continued to produce flowers well into fall, long after other plants had gone to sleep. This spring, they were the first perennials flower.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Always a cheerful sight
from Bozeman Montana
About Me Master Gardener
Planted in a display garden with poor soil and they grew into hefty mounds with absolutely no maintenance. They had to be re-located to a different display garden where the soil was only slightly better. After 3 years they are self seeding to add even more color to the garden. They are so sweet I had to have in my home garden. They survived a zone 3 winter and are one of the first plants to bloom in the spring, alongside daffodils. Thus far there is no evidence of disease or deer and rabbit damage. Just adore their bright, shining faces.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Beautiful Color & Blooms Most of Year
from Alderson, WV
The color looks better in real life than what is pictured in the catalog. I like that it is a bit unusual in color. It blooms during all four seasons.
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Pests leave it alone
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
50% success rate
from Glenwood Springs Colorado
half of the plants died - the other half are quite small but attractive
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Durango, Colorado
They look great
from Abilene, TX
I have planted viola corsica several times, and I cannot get it to stay alive. I had read that it would go dormant and come back, but mine disappear. I am in Abilene, TX. Maybe our nights that don't cool off are the culprit, but I have tried almost all sun exposures except total shade.
Merchant response: Our apologies that the Viola Corsica has not successfully acclimated in your garden. There can be many variables in gardening however, we would never want you to pay for something that you didn't have a chance to enjoy and that is why we have our 100% guarantee. We truly want our customers to be satisfied with our products and pleased with our customer service. Please contact us at your convenience so that we may assist you with a solution. Happy Gardening!
Beautiful Blooms Most of the Year
By Flower Lover
This plant blooms most of the year and has beautiful flowers.I used the plants as opposed to the seeds from High Country Gardens. I planted them in flower beds on the east side of buildings in two basic locations--in front of my house and in front of a business. In front of my house, the soil was better than in front of the business, and I watered those flowers more often than the ones in front of a business. Apparently I pampered the ones in front of my house too much and they died. The viola corsica in front of the business lived and there is still a small patch of them after many years. At first I left the flowers to reseed, but a few years back, I started to scrape the dirt near the plants and take some of the seeds off the plants and plant them where I scraped the soil. And then I would put a little dirt on top of the seeds. I live in zone 6B. The surviving flowers are next to a sidewalk and a rock. It looks good near pink fountain gaura, lilies, and calendula.
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