My first try at starting Pansy seeds in the greenhouse this year.
They are just starting to bloom, and the colors were worth the wait.
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10 thoughts on “Pansies”
Beautiful colors…Growing pansies from seed is something I have never done. Good job!
I will try them again next year, but try to start a little earlier! 🙂
Have a lovely weekend friend!
So nostalgic, I can’t wait to have my garden full of them.
I planted the rest of these in the empty space from the peas! I hope to have lots of salads with pretty pansies on top!
Great photos! I love Pansies, too! The first seeds I planted was back in the early 1980’s when I planted ‘Jet Black’ from Stokes Seeds. I also liked it in Mississippi when I could put Pansies in planters and they would flower all winter. Back in Missouri now, they won’t last all winter, but they will have an extended spring season.
I went a little Pansy crazy this year! Tucked them along the edges of several of the raised beds–and it sure adds some pretty color to the garden! 🙂
They always look good here and there because they don’t go crazy and spread. I always liked the smaller flowers, like the Violas, for that. Sometimes the HUGE, bright flowers of Pansies can compete for attention. I guess it depends on where you put them…
Your pansies are gorgeous, ours are struggling to hold on here, we get an occasional blossom which falls quickly and quite the wait for a new one.
We are having a cool spell in the garden now, (in fact record lows!), so they are doing well, I suppose when the heat returns they will struggle a bit!
Mother Nature sure likes to keep us on our toes!
Such bright and happy faces!