Hybanthus concolor (T.F. Forst) Spreng. - Green Violet
Family - Violaceae
Stems - No info. yet.
Leaves - No info. yet.
Inflorescence - No info. yet.
Flowers - No info. yet.
Flowering - April - June.
Habitat - Rich or rocky woods, shaded bluffs, bottoms. Typically on limestone.
Origin - Native to U.S.
Other info. - This species can be found mainly in the Ozark region of Missouri and it is also found in the northwestern portion of the state. There are two forms of the plant in the state. Form concolor has pubescent stems and is shown above. Form subglaber has glabrous stems and is much less common.
Photographs taken in Linville, NC., 5-11-03, and in Alley Spring, Shannon County, MO., 6-5-03.