Pansy Fizzy Lemonberry
Pansy Fizzy Lemonberry Pansy Frizzle Sizzle Blue Pansy Fizzy Lemonberry Pot Pansy Fizzy Lemonberry

Pansy Ruffled & Frilly

As pretty and cute as they come, ruffled and frilly Pansies bring exquisitely marked petals with extra frilly ruffled edges. Coming in a mix of bright colors, ‘Frizzle Sizzle Blue’ Pansy features rich blue hues, while ‘Fizzy Lemonberry’ Pansy swirls with a velvety blend of purples, lilacs and yellows. You’ll want to place a pot of these delights on a table so you can easily see their exquisite details up close.

One of our most popular plants, Pansies delight us with their large, colorful, fragrant blossoms. In St. Louis they are grown as cool weather annuals or biennials. Pansies are tough plants that tolerate frost and can be placed outdoors in early spring. If planted in the fall, they will bloom until bitter cold sets in, then when the weather warms up in spring they begin blooming again. Plants will continue to bloom until hot weather sets in, at which point they should be removed from the garden.

Pansies can be planted in the ground, in mixed containers, or in pots on their own.

Pansies survive most winters in the ground, but not always in pots. They do not need mulching in mild winters, but may not always survive extremely harsh winters. Pansies planted in the fall bloom earlier, as early as late winter to early spring, than spring transplants.

Plant pansies in humusy, consistently moist, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Pansies appreciate a break from the summer hot afternoon sun. Pansies prefer full sun in fall and winter. Pansies thrive and will bloom best when fertilized consistently. Deadhead spent flowers to prolong bloom. Plants can be revitalized by cutting back. 

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