Viola koreana 'Sylettas' has green and silver, rounded leaves that resemble cyclamen leaves. It is a nice ground cover perennial for shady areas and a perfect match for late blooming rhododendrons and azaleas. It has pink to light purple flowers in late spring. Viola 'Sylettas' self sows readily, but is not generally aggressive. Deciduous.
Viola koreana 'Sylettas' prefers light shade to shade and moist soil. It is drought tolerant once established. It will tolerate some sun with adequate moisture. 'Sylettas' withstands light foot traffic. Space on 8" centers.
Commonly called Cyclamen Leaved Violet or Korean Violet, this plant also goes by the botanical name Viola grypoceras and is native to eastern Asia.