These leaflets are a common decoration of our meadows and gardens.
They are distinguished by the remarkable difference in size and color of the flowers. The plant day and night belongs to the family of violets and has many subtypes and shapes.
In nature, we usually meet two subspecies: Viola tricolor subsp. arvensis with small, whitish flowers, and Viola tricolor subsp. vulgaris with more purple flowers. In our gardens, frequent decoration is Viola tricolor subsp. hortetnsis (Viola × wittrockiana) with colorful flowers and which is not read for application in treatment, but serves for the decoration of our gardens, parks and balconies.
They can be one-year, two-year or short – term perennial plants depending on the type and time of planting. These are small plants, 10-30 cm high, with stunted stems.