"pansies" are classified in Viola sect. Melanium, and have four petals pointing upwards (the two side petals point upwards), and only one pointing down, Modern "pansies" differ by possessing a well-defined "blotch" or "eye" in the middle of the flower.
The Wild pansy (Viola tricolor) is a common wild species in Europe, which grows as an annual or short perennial life. It is a small plant climbing habit, reaching at least 15 cm high with flowers of in diameter. It grows in low grasslands, in acidic