Pansy (Garden Pansy)
- Plant Care
Pansies are a form of cultivated, hybridized violet and noted for their large multi-colored flat flowers. The gardener knows pansies as flowers with almost heart-shaped, overlapping petals in bright colors or bi-colors, often with face-like center markings. Technically, pansies are short-season perennials, but they are usually grown as annuals.
Compact, low growers, pansies are ideal for edging and for squeezing in between rock walls and paths, as long as they can be removed in summer. They’re a great choice for early and late season containers, and in the garden, they complement flowering bulbs, flowering as the bulb foliage begins to fade. Most pansies don't get very tall, if they do, they will flop or cascade a bit.
- Pansies will bloom best in full sun to partial shade, but they will stay fresh looking and keep blooming longer if grown in partial shade.Pansies prefer moist--but not soggy--soil. Regular watering will help them hang on a bit longer, but don’t expect your pansies to last all season.Although pansies are not fussy plants, they will grow best in loose, rich soil with a slightly acid.15 – 35 °CUse a balanced fertilizer and all-purpose fertilizer during growing season.
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