Viola odorata sulphurea
First, let me be perfectly honest. There is a lot of talk about whether or not this Viola odorata sulphurea has a scent. I'm here to tell you that it does not, but that's not why I wanted to grow it. I grew it instead for its lovely color: the palest of yellow or straw, with apricot towards the center. That should make up for its lack of scent in abundance. This lovely little unscented Violet grows to about six inches tall and withstands dry shade, as well as a damp spot. It is perfect for naturalizing, cutting, and it is a honeybee food. Zones 5-9. Quarts.