These sweet flowers are known for their cold-loving, edible blooms that look like little faces with whiskers. Violas and pansies bloom heaviest in cool weather and are very cold hardy, (as cold as USDA zone 3) and usually the first to bloom in late winter or early spring, continuing as long as weather is mild, or taking a hiatus in summer heat to return triumphant in fall. In mild climates, look forward to a barrage of blooms in fall and winter.

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