Wildflowers forum→Violet wildflower identification

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Name: Ashley
North Carolina (Zone 7b)
PinkPachi
Apr 13, 2020 12:18 PM CST
I have these wildflowers growing in my backyard, the flower looks like a variety of violet to me, but the leaves don't look like the more heart shaped ones I usually see with other violets. I have attached pictures. I live in North Carolina in the Piedmont area, zone 7b, the soil is very much red clay.

If anyone can give me more specifics on the flower that would be great! I know violets are edible and would like to use these for eating as well if I could.
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Name: Jay
Nederland, Texas (Zone 9a)
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Horntoad
Apr 14, 2020 1:54 PM CST
Wild Violet - looks to me like Viola palmata.
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Name: Ashley
North Carolina (Zone 7b)
PinkPachi
Apr 14, 2020 5:59 PM CST
Horntoad said:Wild Violet - looks to me like Viola palmata.


Thank you! I did a serch of that specific name and that seems to be right, thank you so much!

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