On edge of broadleaved forest remnant
A juvenile mahoe growing in this overgrown area of back garden. It's probably wild.
The photo of the flower was taken on 3/29/14 on the crushed granite trail. The photo of the new leaves was taken on 9/19/14 along the trail parallel to Matlock Rd.
Wild field pansy flowering on the street side.
In ablation hollow on river terrace
Violaceae /vaɪəˈleɪsiː/ (alternatively Alsodeiaceae J.G.Agardh, Leoniaceae DC. and Retrosepalaceae Dulac) is a family of flowering plants consisting of about 800 species in 21 genera. It takes its name from the genus Viola, the violets and pansies.