Meet Pansy

Pansies are an old garden favourite for fall into summer plantings.

Most varieties are very cold hardy, flowering non-stop unless we have a hard frost, and then recovering quickly into re-bloom.

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Plant then in a pot by themselves or plant them with other cold hardy plants like hellebore, kale or heather. Plant them as ground cover in flower beds. A patch beside your front door will lift your spirits when you come home during our dark winter twilights.

Editor’s note: This is the latest installment of the ‘meet series’ of columns and articles from the South Delta Garden Club, a weekly online feature in the Delta Optimist.

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