Pansies and violas for containers
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Pansies and violas are a great way to brighten up a spring container. They are one of the first flowers ready for planting in colder climates and will bloom until the summer heat. Many of the newer varieties do not need to be pinched back; however I still recommend doing this as it encourag
es new flowers.
Plants do well in evening moist soil, lots of morning sunshine and a bit of afternoon shade. The plants will generally start to become leggy in the heat, but can then revive when the cooler weather returns in the fall. Some of the varieties of viola can “seed in” to the garden and actually become a nuisance over time so take care.
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