Large Plants in A Mix of Colours
- We have brought together 20 lovely Pansy Mixed Colour, which are all ideal for growing in patio containers, low borders and rockeries.
- These early flowering plants can be very cold hardy down to -21°C.
- This selection of plants is ideal for planting in pots, containers and garden beds or borders, but can provide colour anywhere in your garden.
- You will receive a pack of 20 plants. Great value Pansy Plants.
Can grow up to 20 cm in the right conditions.
Season of Interest
Spring - Autumn
Best Growing Conditions
Although pansies are not fussy plants, they will grow best in loose, rich soil with a slightly acid pH (6.0 to 6.2). They are heavy feeders, so amend your soil with mushroom compost to give them a good start. If you can allow your pansy plants to remain in your garden and rest during the hottest months, they will probably begin blooming again in the fall. Shearing the plants back when they start to set seed will encourage new growth. Deadheading (cutting dead flowers off a healthy plant) will encourage more blooms. Regular watering will help them hang on a bit longer, but don’t expect your pansies to last all season. Pansies prefer moist—but not soggy—soil. Make sure to use containers with drainage holes or if planting in the ground, make certain the soil drains well. Pansies do not like heat at all and will begin to decline as the days warm up. As with any long-blooming annual plant, pansies appreciate some fertilizer. However, too much food will just make them leggy. They respond well to monthly foliar feeding. Use a balanced fertilizer according to the label's directions.