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Found in Europe and western Asia the pansy is a hybridization of several species in the genus Viola. They are also some of the cutest, happy, little flowers you can add to your garden. Enjoy the photos of pansies found in this guide.
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May 11, 2010

These pansies re-seed year after year in an old wooden planter just over the rail of my patio in the apartment building courtyard.

By Deeli

purple and yellow pansies

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March 14, 2018

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What's a pansy worth? Well, I suppose that depends on who you ask. If you ask me, I'd say a lot. I put a lot into pansies this and last year, my first time to grow them from seed.

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I learned a lot from this little endeavor. I think the two most important things I learned was that pansies thrive on being transplanted. Two or three times is even better.

The second thing I learned was, the sooner the seed are planted the better. I lost a lot of my pansies. I started planting seed in mid August. I did three more plantings at 3-4 week intervals. I lost none of the first planting, a few of the second planting, more of the third and a lot of the fourth.

I'm thinking the plants need a lot of time to develop a strong root system to carry them through the winter. And while the hot summer months will kill a mature pansy plant, it seems to have no effect on seedlings as long as they are protected from direct sunlight. This summer, I will start all my pansy seed no later than the third week of July. Hopefully, my losses will be at a minimum.

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What's a pansy worth? The above picture will become a keepsake. I hope to photograph a mate for this one, have them both enlarged and frame them. To me, priceless!

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April 23, 2018

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I had a lot of disappointments in last year's gardening. I lost so many plants over winter. It's time for a few things to go my way!

I planted thousands of pansy seed last year. Many did not make it through to this spring. But the ones that did...Oh boy! The survivors are larger and healthier than any I have ever purchased.

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My property ends at a main thoroughfare with one part being a little hill. I made a small bed on the hill and try to keep it filled with something in bloom for the passersby.

I do hope they enjoy this hodgepodge mixture of pansies as much as I do. My other beds have more color coordinated mixes. Oh yes, seed are already in the ground for replacements. By the time the heat takes these pansies, the replacements should be ready to go into the bed.

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June 10, 2019

I planted these pansies in early springtime, they grew and grew after each rain. After one of the rains I was popping off the dead heads and they were so beautiful with the rain drops still glistening on there petals.

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April 11, 2016

I've posted pictures of this tree trunk several times. One good thing about small beds devoted to annuals; you can have different flowers and different color schemes every year, or every season, if you like.

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April 13, 2017

This lemon colored pansy was a breath of spring during the winter months when it was cold and snowy. Now that spring has revealed itself with other spring flowers blossoming in my yard, it reminds me of the seasons that change.

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June 3, 2016

I'm reminded of a joke Redd Foxx told. He said two maids were discussing their employers' garbage. One said, 'You wouldn't believe the good stuff they throw away'.

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The other said, 'Yes, I would. I bring home all my boss's grape skins. I don't put 'em in their garbage'.

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July 11, 2017

These flowers are in a bed in front of my doctors' offices. There are several varieties and colors of pansies, along with a few begonias.

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In spite of the heat, these were so pretty that I just had to take a photo!

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May 11, 20100 found this helpful

I just love pansies.

I just love pansies.

By imama2many

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Garden: Pansies

I just bought some pansies at Walmart. Got them on sale. Beautiful lavender. $8.00 a big pot for $3.50.
(05/27/2008)

By .stretchy

Garden: Pansies

"How about Violas?" WALMART! (05/27/2008)

By Bill Goldschein

Garden: Pansies

I love Pansies also! love and hugs,
(05/28/2008)

By Marcia

Garden: Pansies

I absolutely agree with you. They are the perkiest, colourful, hardiest flowers. I have had them in my garden blooming since April and here in Canada our spring weather has been up and down like a yo-yo.
Pansies and Violas are just great. (05/28/2008)

By Sheila

Garden: Pansies

Me too, love' em. Really I am going to WalMart tomorrow. Pansy photo is gorgeous. (05/28/2008)

By Annie Rios Hill

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