Garden Pansy - Viola
The Garden Pansy is an herbaceous plant with full coloured flowers, ideal for winter.
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The Pansy, or Viola tricolor, has a long history in gardening. This lovely flower has captivated nature lovers and gardeners for centuries. Native to Europe, the Pansy has gained popularity worldwide due to its beauty and resilience.
Description: The Pansy is known for its ease of care and resilience. Its flowers, small but full of charm, come in a wide variety of colors that will brighten up any space. In addition to their aesthetic appeal, these flowers are edible and are used in cooking to add color and flavor to salads and desserts.
Care: Keeping a Pansy happy is simple. They need good fertile soil and moderate watering. Avoid waterlogged soil, as these plants do not tolerate excess moisture. Pansies bloom from fall to spring, making them an ideal choice to brighten your garden during the colder seasons.
Adaptation to Cold and Heat: One of the standout features of Pansies is their cold resistance. These plants can withstand low temperatures with ease, making them the perfect companions for harsh winters. As for heat, if kept in a partially shaded area and provided with enough water during hot days, they will also thrive in warmer climates.
Diseases and Pests: Although Pansies are hardy, they can be affected by diseases such as powdery mildew and rust, as well as pests like aphids and spider mites. To combat these threats, we recommend the use of a systemic insecticide. Additionally, be cautious about powdery mildew if humidity is excessive or the soil is waterlogged.
For stronger, more abundant, and longer-lasting plants, consider adding a specific flower plant fertilizer during the growing season.
- Garden Pansy - Viola
- 15-25 cm
- Violet and yellow flowers
- Sol or semi-shade
- Pots and gardeners
- Sales format
- It resists light frosts
- Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.