Pansy flower

pansy flower

Pansy flower is a colorful and face makes flower, its look like child face. It has so many color shades you can choose it easily its charming. Every person love this flower while they see this.

The original pansy hybrids with shady middle blotches. (as opposed to just lines) Appeared in 1814, And by 1835. There were 400 named varieties on the market-‘beautiful, Even,Regular, Velvet-like flowers. More than two inches in width, Superbly and variously colored.’ These are the words of Charles Darwin. Who took a keen attention in the cross-fertilization of plants. He was working on his theory of usual selection at the time.  And conducts his own experiment with pansies and other flowers. Custody full proceedings of the a variety of traits that arose from side to side many generation.


  • You can start pansy seeds within 6 to 8 weeks previous to you plan on transplanting them.
  • Plant seeds in tardy winter for early on spring and summer flowering. Or plant seeds in the summer for winter flowering.
  • Plant in damp, Humus-rich, well-drained mud. Pansy like sun and cooler temperatures.
  • Gap the plants about 7 to 12 inches separately. They will increase about 9 to 12 inches and grow to be concerning 6 to 9 inches tall.

Care of Pansy
  • Keep in mind to water your pansies repeatedly. One of the most general reasons pansies fail is because. They are not watered sufficient. So if your pansies are not doing well. Try watering them extra.
  • You can use universal, Wide-ranging manure approximately. Your pansies to help them grow.
  • Take away gray/lifeless flowers to extend flowering and cheer more flowers to grow.

Types of Pansy

There are three types of Pansy that are usually full-grown in the U.S. Large-flowered Pansy are the customary types and the ones most repeatedly grown-up in the garden; the blossom is about three inch crossways and usually has marking that look like faces. Johnny Jump Up types are smaller. About a creep in width, and come into view with faces or in hard colors;

They are derived from V. tricolor and are more heat tolerant than large-flowered pansies. Panolas are a irritated between customary pansies and Johnny Jump Ups. They have the heat open-mindedness of Johnny Jump Ups. But their flowers, Which are frequently solid colors. Are roughly twice the size.