Definitions for viola canadensis
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Canada violet, tall white violet, white violet, Viola canadensis(noun)
tall North American perennial with heart-shaped leaves and white flowers with purple streaks
Viola canadensis is more commonly known as Canadian white violet, Canada Violet, tall white violet, or white violet. As its name suggests, it is a species of violet which bears white blooms. The flowers are white, with yellow bases and sometimes streaks of purple. The petals are purple tinged on the backside. The leaves are heart shaped, with coarse, rounded teeth. It is native to Canada and the eastern United States. It is threatened or endangered in some areas, and abundant in others. There are four varieties.
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