Viola is propagated by seeds. For early flowering, seeds are sown in late June in beds or seedbeds. The seedlings are planted in August. To obtain flowering in the first year seeds: sown in March. Seedlings piked twice and in early June, planted in flower beds with a distance of 25 * 25 cm.
Viola is well tolerated in winter under snow and if the site is not flooded by spring waters. Care for plants in flower arrangement consists of regular watering, weeding and loosening the soil. In order not to develop fruits, all the blooms that have blossomed are removed, otherwise flowering will be suspended. For violet, a sunny place is allocated. In the penumbra, it blooms longer, but the flowers are smaller and paler. In the summer after flowering, it is replaced by other annual plants. Violas are used in spring flowerbeds and flowerbeds, and in summer they are replaced by summer plants, tuberous begonia, dahlias or carpet plants. Viola looks beautiful on the lawn or in wide low vases arranged along the sidewalk, in squares, on the steps of stairs. It turns out picturesque borders on balconies (in boxes and pots) or around plantings of other flowers.