sweet violet


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Related to sweet violet: English violet, Viola odorata

sweet violet

indicates a modest temperament. [Flower Symbol-ism: Flora Symbolica, 178]
See: Modesty
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Extract Preparation from sweet violet dried flowers: Sweet violet dried flowers were purchased from local market.
Sweet violets make a soothing poultice for external ailments.
A Girls Club Entertainment release, presented in association with Sweet Violet Films.
The sweet violet, Viola odorata, is the violet of herbal tradition, but others may be used in its place with similar results.
Its bath and shower care lineup includes shower and bath gels, talc, body scrub and glycerine soaps--all in such flavors as mango, citrus, raspberry and sweet violet.
Richly fragrant flowers have made sweet violet (Viola odorata) a long-time favorite of gardeners.
Take the sweet violet or Viola odorata for instance.
For scent, on the other hand, you won't beat the ordinary Sweet Violet, Viola odorata, often used in perfumes and flavouring.
Many species of butterfly, such as the large white and peacock also enjoy Brierdene, as do mammals like weasels, voles and shrews Plants such as gorse, meadow cranesbill, rowan, bluebells, celandine, daffodils, dog violets and sweet violets have popped up.
Nasturtiums are highly-rated too, and you may also try white clover and sweet violets.