14 thoughts on “Flower Gardening Tips : How to Grow Pansy/Viola (Viola)”

  1. Great tips for homeowners, this will compliment a new home with pretty colors for Spring.

  2. yes, she said it is a good house plant. As long as you don’t let it dry out and don’t water too much it will grow in pots inside. But also you shud give it some sunlight.

  3. They are tasty flowers too. I grow pansies, dandilions and nasturtiums for food. Pansies are great because they produce copious amounts of flowers and the more flowers you pinch off, the more flowers they make. At the end of the season you can pull up the whole plant if you want to and it is all edible. Or you can leave it and they usually come back, even after being under snow all winter.

  4. I like the pansy flower also. The help start out the spring and they have colorful blooms. If you have them in a container in a protected area outside, they will bloom all winter also

  5. Thanks alot! I’m trying to write a song with a Pansy metaphor flowing throughout, and this was incredibly helpful!

  6. THANKS FOR THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND. YOUR PLANTS LOOK LOVELY. ONE SHOULD NOTE THAT PANSIES ARE A COOL WEATHER FLOWERING PLANT. THEY ALSO ENJOY NITROGEN (BLOOD MEAL) TO KEEP THEM FLOWERING.

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