Viola tricolor L., Sp. Pl. 935 1753. (Syn: Jacea tricolor (L.) Opiz (Unresolved); Mnemion agreste Fourr. (Unresolved) ………; Viola tricolor var. hortensis DC.);
Heartsease, Johnny Jump Up, Wild Pansy;
Viola (Veilchen : german):
Looks like pansy, Viola tricolor
Those on the close-up are related to Viola tricolor but of a selected or hybridized origin. There are lots of varieties available! The vild form is not as wideflowered. Please see:
This is a garden variety of the vild Viola tricolor. Probably with some hybridization and selection in the history.
The vild form: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viola_tricolor
Pansys, Pansys, everywhere:
And possibly Hydrangea and Paeonia in first photograph
Yes, there is Hydrangea in the middle, the one on the corners are Rhodos in Am-Friedhof-100_0759-e.jpg
A Herb from Royal Botanic Gardens Kew:
I think it is maroon pansy
Yes as … said this is Pansy or more scientifically Viola tricolor subsp. hortensis
These are actually hybrids of Viola tricolor.
Often called as Viola hybrida.
Viola tricolor L. hybrids ?? : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
Location: Sanepa, Kathmandu, Nepal
Date: 13 January 2018
Elevation: 4400 ft.
Pl. check at /species/m—z/v/violaceae/viola