|Viola faurieana var.
rhizomata is a perennial herb with a height of 5-8cm, mainly
inhabiting well-drained beech forest floors close to the ridges.
Stems extend sideways on the ground surface to make new growths on
the ends, thus, forming populations. Leaves are small, 1.5cm in
length, 2cm in width, truncated at the bases, and round the tips
roundish. Flowers measure 1.5-2cm in size, light purple to nearly
white, with white spurs getting thinner to the end - like bird's