«Swiss Giant Ullswater» - Organic Viola Seeds
These giant Pansy flowers are rich, deep blue with a black blotch that is characteristic of Viola Swiss Giant. They are easy to grow from Pansy seeds, and you can make an intense display by planting this Pansy Ullswater blue in mass groupings.
Organic Viola «Swiss Giant Ullswater»These giant Pansy flowers are rich, deep blue with a black blotch that is characteristic of Viola Swiss Giant. They are easy to grow from Pansy seeds, and you can make an intense display by planting this Pansy Ullswater blue in mass groupings, and they will bloom over a long season.
If Pansy flowers begin to look spent, shear them back hard for another proud display of color. Try planting blue Pansies in early fall for winter color and early spring blooms, and plant in very early spring for blooms that last until the heat sets in. Pansies make great cut flowers, and they can certainly be the focal point of any flower garden.
Sow Pansy seeds indoors about 6-8 weeks prior to being able to plant outside. Sow the flower seed into trays or pots using a quality starter mix and cover lightly with peat moss. Shade the trays or pots as darkness aids germination. Keep Pansy flower seeds moist. As soon as the Pansy seedlings emerge, move them to a cool, bright area and continue to keep them moist.
Harden off the Pansy plants prior to planting out, and use a liquid, balanced fertilizer. For fall blooms, set out Pansies as early as possible so they will be well rooted when soil temperatures fall, preferably 3 - 4 weeks before the first harsh frosts. For spring blooms, begin setting out Pansy plants up to a month before your last frost is expected. Twelve weeks are needed from seeding to bloom.