Are pansies poisonous?

Answer Pansies are not poisonous. Their blossoms are edible and popular in salads, with a flavor similar to grapes and mint. Indigestion and allergies are sometimes associated with edible flowers consumed... Read More »

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Are pansies poisonous to dogs?

Pansies are mildly poisonous to both humans and dogs. They are especially of concern for smaller dogs, but they should be kept away from all dogs if possible, as they may cause sickness even in lar... Read More »

Do pansies need sun?

Pansies need partial to full sun to grow. They should be planted in a sunny location spaced apart 6 to 10 inches. Adding a granular time-release fertilizer to the soil when you initially plant them... Read More »

When can you cut back pansies?

Pansies can be cut back at any time. The best time to prune them back is when new growth needs to be stimulated. This is usually after the pansy has flowered and grown lanky. Cut the pansies back b... Read More »

How cold can pansies get?

Pansies can typically survive freezing temperatures, especially in the case of pansies labeled as "winter pansies" or "cold hardy". In some cases, pansies may freeze solid during very cold weather,... Read More »