Got the Blues Pansy Seeds

5 out of 5 stars
(5 reviews)
Availability: In Stock
Our custom mix of pansies is designed to brighten the garden with delightful shades of light and dark blues. Provides beautiful color for the spring and fall garden, even in cold climates. Flowers are edible! Use them to garnish soft cheese or baked goods.
$2.49 200 mg (~130 seeds)

Botanical Name: Viola wittrockiana

Family: Violaceae

Native: Only in cultivation

Hardiness: Perennial in USDA zones 6–10; often grown as a frost-tolerant annual; transplanted in late summer/fall for blooms in fall, winter, and the following spring.

Plant Dimensions: 6"–8" tall

Variety Information: 3" flowers in mixed shades of blue, some with blotches.

Exposure: Full sun to part shade

Bloom Period: Heaviest in cool weather

Attributes: Deer Resistant, Edible Flower

When to Sow Outside: RECOMMENDED. Cold Climates: 4 to 6 weeks before your average last frost date, or midsummer for fall and the following spring bloom. Mild Climates: Late summer for cool–season blooms.

When to Start Inside: 8 to 10 weeks before your average last frost date for early spring planting, and midsummer for fall planting in both mild and cold climates.

Days to Emerge: 7–20 days

Seed Depth: ⅛"

Seed Spacing: A group of 3 seeds every 4"–6"

Thinning: When ½"–1" tall, thin to 1 every 4"–6"

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Got the Blues Pansy Seeds Reviews

5 reviews

Pretty blue, purple, white mix!

5 out of 5 stars Jul 3, 2021
Love love loved these pansies and the color mix they came in. The soft blue varieties with yellow centers are so sweet, and the white pansies with the royal blue/purple centers and the royal purple pansies with the yellow center were a nice surprise but very pretty. I paired them in a pot with some johnny jump ups and other violas and these pansies are bigger in size than those little violas, but not as huge as some of the giant pansies you might see for sale in the nurseries. I will definitely plant again as they were one of the earliest colors to pop up this spring.
Steph from UT

Blue Pansy

5 out of 5 stars Jan 4, 2022
I really like the Blue Pansys, it took a couple times to get them started but when they did start, they stayed all summer, right through the worst of the heat. When fall came they perked up again. Currently, they are in my cold frame still alive. I'm excited to see if they'll make it through our Pennsylvania winter. These have been interesting flowers to follow. Thanks BI.
Liz from PA

Beautiful Little Flowers

5 out of 5 stars Jan 16, 2022
I planted several of these flowers out in containers in October and since November they've been putting out absolutely beautiful flowers that range from bluish-grey, violet, to a deep dark purple that is almost black. My favorite are the flowers that are a bright white but have a dark purple center, again just absolutely beautiful. I plan on keeping these flowers and growing more.
Andy from CA

Easy to grow long bloom time

5 out of 5 stars Feb 26, 2022
I seeded indoors late March. They held up well in June-July heat (kept in shade) & fizzled out slowly by late August (mostly my fault for not watering). Easy to germinate, although I was unsure if they need darkness to germinate? I kept a cardboard box over the tray for 2 weeks after seeding incase and had success.
Allison from MA
Owner Response: Hi Allison, Thanks for sharing your experience. You can find any special conditions or treatment recommendations on the back of the packet just below the sowing information. Darkness does aid pansy germination. From the packet, "Special germination instructions: Darkness aids germination; sow at recommended depth." Happy gardening!

Beautiful Pansy Mix

5 out of 5 stars Feb 17, 2023
East coast, Zone 7B- planted seeds in Oct. 2022 which grew into healthy little plants with foliage about 2" height by Jan. Survived frosts, only covered a few times when temps went below 30F. Fertilized in Nov & Jan. Began to put up bloom buds after a short and milder winter on Feb. 10. First blooms opened about a week thereafter. Beautiful mix of what thus far appear to be Matrix: Pansy white splotch, purple, and true blue. However, more buds are coming! Fingers crossed for a bicolor, but even if not, these will be a perfect foil for our (also early) French blend of tulips in pinks and apricot. I wish I could attach a picture. They are such a sweet mix! Even though growing pansies from seed can be a bit fidgety in my warmer zone, I still recommend!
Cassie from NC

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