BLAST for 1,000 plants
Viola canadensis
Viola canadensis
Viola canadensis

Wikipedia description

Viola canadensis is more commonly known as Canadian white violet, Canada violet, tall white violet, or white violet. It is widespread across much of Canada and the United States, from Alaska to Newfoundland, south as far as Georgia and Arizona.

Viola canadensis bears white blooms with yellow bases and sometimes streaks of purple. The petals are purple tinged on the backside. The leaves are heart-shaped, with coarse, rounded teeth.

The species is threatened or endangered in some areas, though abundant in others.

Subspecies and Varieties
  • Viola canadensis var. canadensis
  • Viola canadensis subsp. canadensis
  • Viola canadensis var. rugulosa (Greene) C.L. Hitchc.
  • Viola canadensis subsp. scopulorum (A. Gray) House

Scientific classification

Clade: Core Eudicots/Rosids
Order: Malpighiales
Family: Violaceae
Species: Viola canadensis


Sample nameSample codeTissueRNA extractorSample providerBLASTSRA dataAssembly data
NJLF-Viola_canadensisNJLFleaf, stem, flowers, developing fruitsM. DeyholosM. Deyholos