Viola odorata 'Yellow Violet'

There are at least 2 variants grown under this name.

The major cultivar in England is a scentless cultivar with creamy yellow flowers having deeper apricot centres.

The Australian variant corresponds to that described by W. Ingwersen in England in 1951 and has flowers that are champagne to primrose and sweetly-scented and have shiny leaves. ['Apricot Violet', 'Yellow Sweet Violet', 'Yellow Queen', 'Sulphurea']

Introduced France, 1896.

kingdom Plantae
phylum   Tracheophyta
class    Magnoliopsida
superorder     Rosanae
order      Malpighiales
family       Violaceae
genus        Viola L.
species         Viola odorata L.