Happy Easter! It’s Time To Plant The Pansies

Usually I’ve planted some pansies by Easter, but this year between the late snows and our crazy schedule I almost didn’t make it.

This morning I managed to pick them up at the garden center, just in time.

Be not afraid!

Their very hardy and they’ll be just fine!

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Every March when I put them out people roll their eyes and tell me that they won’t make it, but they do…

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Give this pot a week or two and it will fill in with a mass of happy little pansy faces.

You can even eat the flowers if you’d like to!

Have I mentioned that spring is here?

Happy Easter!

Love,

Michele

6 Comments

  1. Do those last all summer for you? We usually plant ours in the fall and pull them up in late April or May.

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    1. No they don’t, just until it starts to get hot. Usually around Memorial day I pull them out and replace them with summer stuff like geraniums and verbena. Sometimes I put them out back in the shade for the summer.

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  2. PJ says:

    Such sweet little plants. Happy Easter Michele x

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  3. dayphoto says:

    You are so far ahead of us…I won’t be able to do this for another month. Your growing seasons are so much different that ours!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  4. Pansies bring out a smile on everyone’s face:) So cute but also so tough, I love them in the spring.

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