Connecticut Plants
Pale Violet (Striped Cream Violet)
Viola striata Ait.

Pale violet is believed to no longer grow in the wild in Connecticut. The photo shows a plant in West Virginia.

  • Family: violet (Violaceae)
  • Habitat: moist woods, streambanks
  • Height: 6-12 inches
  • Flower size: 3/4 to 1 inch across
  • Flower color: white
  • Flowering time: April to June
  • Origin: native
Viola striata Ait.