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 How cold can pansies get?

Answer 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 »
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What it means with 'cold rice and cold tea are bearable but cold words and cold face are not?

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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 »
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Pansies in Zone 4?

The pansy (Viola --- wittrockiana) is a short-lived perennial flowering plant grown by many gardeners. The name pansy comes from the French "pensee," which means "to think." The pansy is a winter h... Read More »
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When can I plant pansies?

The best time to plant pansies is when the soil temperature is between 45 and 65 degrees F. Planting when soil is too cold leads to stunted plants with inactive roots and little or no flowering.Sou... Read More »
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