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Trade Gallon Pot. Native. Viola pedata, commonly called bird’s foot violet, features deeply divided leaves which somewhat resemble a bird’s foot. A native Missouri wildflower that commonly occurs in dryish soils in rocky woods, slopes, glades and roadsides. It is a rhizomatous, stemless perennial (to 4″ tall) which typically features variably colored flowers, the most common color forms being bi-colored (upper petals dark purple and lower ones light blue) and uniform light blue. Each flower rests above the foliage atop its own leafless stalk.