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Timeless Treasures - Pansy Paradise - Medium Pansies

Pansy Paradise - Medium Pansies by Gail Cadden for Timeless Treasures 100% Cotton Width: 43"/44" Repeat: 12"

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Pansy Mammoth Masquerade Mix F1 Seed - Seed / Untreated / 250 Seeds

The Mammoth series presents jumbo sized blooms on compact, well mounded plants. Good for both early spring and fall sales, these beauties attract gardeners who want big, bold color in their pansies. Strong, branching plants quickly fill out pots for growers, and translate to excellent outdoor performance for consumers in both gardens and containers.Color: Mixture of blotched varieties PACKAGING Approximately 315,870 seeds per pound CULTURE Soil temperature: 65 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Germination lighting: Dark required Germination days: 4 - 15 days Grow on temperature day: 60 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Grow on temperature night: 50 - 55 degrees fahrenheit Weeks indoor: 12 - 18 weeks Plant spread: 6 - 8 inches Plant height: 6-8" Plant type: annual

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Pansy Seeds - Cool Wave Series - Frost

91 – 98 days. Cool Wave Series seeds easily grow into classic, tidy, and low-maintenance pansies bursting with timeless 2" blooms. Cool Wave Series pansies thrive in a variety of cool and moderate summers across North America and are a perfect indoor grow for urban or confined gardening. Cool Wave Series pansy seeds mature into 24 – 30” spreading compacts ideal for indoor decorative planters, pots, or hanging baskets. Growing Cool Wave Series pansy seeds in your garden guarantee to attract early spring butterflies and other essential pollinators just in time for the summer heat. 100 seeds. Growing Cool Wave Series Pansy Garden Seeds Taxonomy: Viola x wittrockiana Seed Type: Annual Sow Indoors or Outdoors: Sow Cool Wave Series pansy seeds indoors using a starting kit 12 – 14 weeks before the final frost. Pansies do not grow naturally in the wild and are not recommended for direct sowing. Maintain pansy seeds in complete darkness for germination then place beneath fluorescent grow lights for 16 hours per day with 8 hours of darkness. Do not use incandescent bulbs and do not leave lights on for any 24-hour period. Harden-off seedlings before transplanting outside into shady and cool spot in the garden or comparable place indoors. Days to Maturity: 91 – 98 days Hardiness Zone: 4 – 10 Planting Depth: Plant 3 – 4 seeds ¼” deep Plant Spacing: 12 – 16” Growth Habit: 6 – 9” mounded dwarf with a 24 – 30” spread covered in 2” blooms Soil Preference: Moist, hummus-rich, well-drained Light Preference: Full sun – partial shade Diseases/Pests/Troubleshooting: Avoid overhead watering to minimize wetting foliage as Cool Wave Series pansy seeds are susceptible to fungal and leaf diseases if not properly ventilated. Pansies will benefit from shade and decline in mid-summer and are best removed before the fall. Pansies have no serious pests or diseases, but monitor for slugs and snails. Color: Signature selection of Frost, Golden Yellow, Violet Wing, Purple, Mix or Pastel Mix Sow Cool Wave Series pansy seeds indoors using a starting kit 12 – 14 weeks before the final frost. Pansies do not grow naturally in the wild and are not recommended for direct sowing. Maintain pansy seeds in complete darkness for germination then place beneath fluorescent grow lights for 16 hours per day with 8 hours of darkness. Do not use incandescent bulbs and do not leave lights on for any 24-hour period. Harden-off seedlings before transplanting outside into shady and cool spot in the garden or comparable place indoors. Plant 3 – 4 Cool Wave Series pansy seeds ¼” deep and 12 – 16” apart in moist, hummus-rich, and well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Avoid overhead watering to minimize wetting foliage as Cool Wave Series pansy seeds are susceptible to fungal and leaf diseases if not properly ventilated. Pansies thrive in cool and moderate summers and will benefit from shade, declining in mid-summer and best removed before the fall. Pansies have no serious pests or diseases, but monitor for slugs and snails. Cool Wave Series pansy seeds mature in 91 – 98 days as 6 – 9” mounded dwarves with a 24 – 30” spread covered in 2” blooms. Viola x wittrockiana, or the Cool Wave Series pansy, is a hybrid resulting from tri-colored violas. The pansy only exists as a result of mass crossing and hybridizing of the viola during the 19th century and has never grown naturally in the wild. There is much debate and etymological red tape about interchanging the common terms “pansies”, “violas”, and “violets”. The species wittrockiana pays homage to 19th century pioneering botanist Veit Brecher Wittrock.  

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Pansy Delta Premium Neon Violet F1 Seed

Popular Delta pansy varieties give you a jump start on the spring pansy season and are highly adaptable for fall markets. With flowers held upright on short sturdy stems, this series is extremely weather tolerant. A wide range of clear and blotched color types gives you a broad color selection from which to choose! Delta Premium pansy varieties have been improved for uniformity of plant habit and flowering window across the range of colors. They are more manageable for the grower and exhibit less stretching, yet maintain the early and continuous flowering capacity under low light conditions for which the Delta series is known. Color: Dark blue with medium blue face SHIPPING Seed Untreated 250 Seeds: We have ordered more from the supplier. We expect to receive the product by 02/11/22. If we do receive it by then, it should ship by 03/02/22 PACKAGING Approximately 291,135 seeds per pound CULTURE Soil temperature: 65 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Germination lighting: Dark required Germination days: 4 - 15 days Grow on temperature day: 60 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Grow on temperature night: 50 - 55 degrees fahrenheit Weeks indoor: 12 - 18 weeks Plant spread: 6 - 8 inches Plant height: 8'' Plant type: annual

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Pansy Seeds - Cool Wave Series - Purple

91 – 98 days. Cool Wave Series seeds easily grow into classic, tidy, and low-maintenance pansies bursting with timeless 2" blooms. Cool Wave Series pansies thrive in a variety of cool and moderate summers across North America and are a perfect indoor grow for urban or confined gardening. Cool Wave Series pansy seeds mature into 24 – 30” spreading compacts ideal for indoor decorative planters, pots, or hanging baskets. Growing Cool Wave Series pansy seeds in your garden guarantee to attract early spring butterflies and other essential pollinators just in time for the summer heat. 100 seeds. Growing Cool Wave Series Pansy Garden Seeds Taxonomy: Viola x wittrockiana Seed Type: Annual Sow Indoors or Outdoors: Sow Cool Wave Series pansy seeds indoors using a starting kit 12 – 14 weeks before the final frost. Pansies do not grow naturally in the wild and are not recommended for direct sowing. Maintain pansy seeds in complete darkness for germination then place beneath fluorescent grow lights for 16 hours per day with 8 hours of darkness. Do not use incandescent bulbs and do not leave lights on for any 24-hour period. Harden-off seedlings before transplanting outside into shady and cool spot in the garden or comparable place indoors. Days to Maturity: 91 – 98 days Hardiness Zone: 4 – 10 Planting Depth: Plant 3 – 4 seeds ¼” deep Plant Spacing: 12 – 16” Growth Habit: 6 – 9” mounded dwarf with a 24 – 30” spread covered in 2” blooms Soil Preference: Moist, hummus-rich, well-drained Light Preference: Full sun – partial shade Diseases/Pests/Troubleshooting: Avoid overhead watering to minimize wetting foliage as Cool Wave Series pansy seeds are susceptible to fungal and leaf diseases if not properly ventilated. Pansies will benefit from shade and decline in mid-summer and are best removed before the fall. Pansies have no serious pests or diseases, but monitor for slugs and snails. Color: Signature selection of Frost, Golden Yellow, Violet Wing, Purple, Mix or Pastel Mix Sow Cool Wave Series pansy seeds indoors using a starting kit 12 – 14 weeks before the final frost. Pansies do not grow naturally in the wild and are not recommended for direct sowing. Maintain pansy seeds in complete darkness for germination then place beneath fluorescent grow lights for 16 hours per day with 8 hours of darkness. Do not use incandescent bulbs and do not leave lights on for any 24-hour period. Harden-off seedlings before transplanting outside into shady and cool spot in the garden or comparable place indoors. Plant 3 – 4 Cool Wave Series pansy seeds ¼” deep and 12 – 16” apart in moist, hummus-rich, and well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Avoid overhead watering to minimize wetting foliage as Cool Wave Series pansy seeds are susceptible to fungal and leaf diseases if not properly ventilated. Pansies thrive in cool and moderate summers and will benefit from shade, declining in mid-summer and best removed before the fall. Pansies have no serious pests or diseases, but monitor for slugs and snails. Cool Wave Series pansy seeds mature in 91 – 98 days as 6 – 9” mounded dwarves with a 24 – 30” spread covered in 2” blooms. Viola x wittrockiana, or the Cool Wave Series pansy, is a hybrid resulting from tri-colored violas. The pansy only exists as a result of mass crossing and hybridizing of the viola during the 19th century and has never grown naturally in the wild. There is much debate and etymological red tape about interchanging the common terms “pansies”, “violas”, and “violets”. The species wittrockiana pays homage to 19th century pioneering botanist Veit Brecher Wittrock.

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Pansy Seeds - Halloween II

91 – 98 days. Halloween II pansy seeds are a stunning, compact, and “spooky” addition to grow in any home or garden. Halloween II seeds promise one of the most unique seasonal blooms of midnight black petals with a tight yellow center and soft purple accents. Halloween II pansies are durable and easy to grow from seed, ideal for indoor pots, planters, window boxes, or for a charming border around the flower bed. Halloween II pansy seeds are a cold-hardy bloom that thrives in a variety of temperate summertime gardens. 500 seeds. Growing Halloween II Pansy Garden Seeds Taxonomy: Viola x wittrockiana Seed Type: Annual Sow Indoors or Outdoors: Sow Halloween II pansy seeds indoors 12 – 14 weeks before the final frost. Pansies do not grow naturally in the wild and are not recommended for direct sowing. Maintain pansy seeds in complete darkness for germination then place beneath fluorescent grow lights for 16 hours per day with 8 hours of darkness. Harden-off seedlings before transplanting outside into shady and cool spot in the garden or comparable place indoors. Days to Maturity: 91 – 98 days Hardiness Zone: 4 – 10 Planting Depth: Plant 3 – 4 seeds ¼” deep Plant Spacing: 6” Growth Habit: 6 – 8” dwarf mound with a tidy 8 – 10” spread covered in huge 3” blooms Soil Preference: Moist, hummus-rich, well-drained Light Preference: Full sun – partial shade Diseases/Pests/Troubleshooting: Avoid overhead watering to minimize wetting foliage as Halloween II pansy seeds are susceptible to fungal and leaf diseases if not properly ventilated. Halloween II pansies are a dwarfed 6 – 8” tall variety and should be planted on the south end of the garden to avoid being overshadowed. Pansies have no serious pests or diseases, but monitor regularly for slugs and snails. Color: Midnight black petals with a tight yellow center and soft purple accents Sow Halloween II pansy seeds indoors using a starting kit 12 – 14 weeks before the final frost. Pansies do not grow naturally in the wild and are not recommended for direct sowing. Maintain pansy seeds in complete darkness for germination then place beneath fluorescent grow lights for 16 hours per day with 8 hours of darkness. Harden-off seedlings before transplanting outside into shady and cool spot in the garden or comparable place indoors. Plant 3 – 4 Halloween II pansy seeds ¼” deep and 6” apart in moist, hummus-rich, and well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Avoid overhead watering to minimize wetting foliage as Halloween II pansy seeds are susceptible to fungal and leaf diseases if not properly ventilated. Halloween II pansies are a dwarfed 6 – 8” tall variety and should be planted on the south end of the garden to avoid being overshadowed. Pansies have no serious pests or diseases, but monitor regularly for slugs and snails. Halloween II pansy seeds mature in 91 – 98 days as 6 – 8” dwarf mounds with a tidy 8 – 10” spread covered in generous 3” blooms of midnight black petals with a tight yellow center and soft purple accents. Viola x wittrockiana is a hybrid resulting from tri-colored violas. The pansy only exists as a result of mass crossing and hybridizing of the viola during the 19th century and has never grown naturally in the wild. There is much debate and etymological red tape about interchanging the common terms “pansies”, “violas”, and “violets”. The species wittrockiana pays homage to 19th century pioneering botanist Veit Brecher Wittrock.

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Pansy Delta White Blotch F1 Seed

Popular Delta varieties give you a jump start on the spring pansy season. With flowers held upright on short sturdy stems, this series is also extremely weather tolerant. Color: White with violet blotch PACKAGING Approximately 288,545 seeds per pound CULTURE Soil temperature: 65 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Germination lighting: Dark required Germination days: 4 - 15 days Grow on temperature day: 60 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Grow on temperature night: 50 - 55 degrees fahrenheit Weeks indoor: 12 - 18 weeks Plant spread: 6 - 8 inches Plant height: 8'' Plant type: annual

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Cool Wave Berries n' Cream Mix Pansy

Tumbling waves of foliage, superior blooms that fill out quickly, trailing to 2’, are attractive as a ground cover or in containers, lasting all season long. Incredible performance in the ground, ours have been amply blooming since late May. Start seeds in late winter for spring and summer blooms then sow some 3 ½ months before the end of summer for fresh flowers through the autumn into winter.  15 seeds     PLANTING Viola wittrockiana Annual, perennial zone 5a-10 Germination: 7-14 days Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 65-70ºF Seed Planting Depth: Sow on the surface and lightly cover the seed Starting Indoors:  Start indoors 8-12 weeks before the last frost. Provide 65-70ºF soil temperature. Transplant apart after the last frost, 6-9” apart.   Sowing Outdoors: Early spring, late summer through autumn in areas with mild winters. Sow a few seeds every 6-8". Thin to the most robust seedling, or sow seeds close together in a row and when thinning out the seedlings transplant them to other places in the garden.  Growth Habit: Mounded Height and Width:  6-8" x 6-8" Spacing: 6-8" apart Light Needs: Full sun to part sun Soil Needs: Fertile, well-drained Approximate days to flower from seed: 60-70 days Uses: Flower beds, borders, containers, window boxes Care: Water seedlings regularly until established. Amend soil with compost before transplanting. Deadhead to encourage more flower production. Mulch and keep well watered during dry spells. Apply a liquid fertilizer every 2-3 weeks or use a time-release fertilizer at planting time.

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Swiss Giant Pansy - Viola wittrockiana

This modern day pansy began as a European wildflower. Affectionately called Shakespeare's "little Western flower" and was often seen in many of his famous works. Also known as the "Herb of Trinity" as it was inspired by its tricolored types. The sweet five pedaled flower represents loving thoughts. Pansy's thrive in cooler weather and enjoy being planted in the early spring or fall. They thrive in containers, as borders, ground cover or in hanging baskets. Always remove faded blossoms to prolong flowering. Non-GMO Seeds Count : 25 Ornamental Attracts bees Growing Tips: These gorgeous and hardy annuals can be started indoors in cold climates 6 - 8 weeks before last frost. Best to not plant deeper than 1/8” and cover with soil and sprinkle with water. They can also be planted in late winter for early spring - summer flowering or plant in summer for a winter flowering. These beautiful flowers enjoy rich, moist, well draining soil . These beauties love to sprawl to 9” - 12” and grow to heights of 6” - 9”. Space plants about 7” - 12” apart. Water on a regular basis, but do not waterlog. Pansies can benefit from an organic fertilizer or compost tea.

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Pansy Seeds - Delta Premium Series - Pure Rose

91 – 98 days. Delta Premium Series pansy seeds are an easy-to-grow summertime classic to add a touch of brilliance both indoors and out. Delta Premium Series seeds promise delicate 2” bicolored blooms in a variety of unique signature colors. Delta Premium Series seeds mature into compact 6 – 8” wide pansies ideal for small planters, window boxes, or hanging baskets out on the patio. Delta Premium Series thrive in a variety of shady and cool gardens across North America and promise to radiantly accent any flower bed, walkway, or office. 500 seeds. Growing Delta Premium Series Pansy Garden Seeds Taxonomy: Viola x wittrockiana Seed Type: Annual Sow Indoors or Outdoors: Sow Delta Premium Series pansy seeds indoors 12 – 14 weeks before the final frost. Pansies do not grow naturally in the wild and are not recommended for direct sowing. Maintain pansy seeds in complete darkness for germination then place beneath fluorescent grow lights for 16 hours per day with 8 hours of darkness. Harden-off seedlings before transplanting outside into shady and cool spot in the garden or comparable place indoors. Days to Maturity: 91 – 98 days Hardiness Zone: 4 – 10 Planting Depth: Plant 3 – 4 seeds ¼” deep Plant Spacing: 6” Growth Habit: 4 – 6” dwarf mound with a tidy 6 – 8” spread covered in generous 3” blooms Soil Preference: Moist, hummus-rich, well-drained Light Preference: Full sun – partial shade Diseases/Pests/Troubleshooting: Avoid overhead watering to minimize wetting foliage as Delta Premium Series pansy seeds are susceptible to fungal and leaf diseases if not properly ventilated. Delta Premium Series pansies are a dwarfed 4 – 6” tall variety and should be planted on the south end of the garden to avoid being overshadowed. Pansies have no serious pests or diseases, but monitor regularly for slugs and snails. Color: Signature choice of Neon Violet, Orange Blotch, Pure Golden Yellow, Pure Lemon, Red Blotch, Fire, True Blue, Pure Violet, Pure Light Blue, Pure Orange, Yellow Blotch, White, and Mix Sow Delta Premium Series pansy seeds indoors using a starting kit 12 – 14 weeks before the final frost. Pansies do not grow naturally in the wild and are not recommended for direct sowing. Maintain pansy seeds in complete darkness for germination then place beneath fluorescent grow lights for 16 hours per day with 8 hours of darkness. Harden-off seedlings before transplanting outside into shady and cool spot in the garden or comparable place indoors. Plant 3 – 4 Delta Premium Series pansy seeds ¼” deep and 6” apart in moist, hummus-rich, and well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Avoid overhead watering to minimize wetting foliage as Delta Premium Series pansy seeds are susceptible to fungal and leaf diseases if not properly ventilated. Delta Premium Series pansies are a dwarfed 4 – 6” tall variety and should be planted on the south end of the garden to avoid being overshadowed. Pansies have no serious pests or diseases, but monitor regularly for slugs and snails. Delta Premium Series pansy seeds mature in 91 – 98 days as 4 – 6” dwarf mounds with a tidy 6 – 8” spread covered in generous 3” blooms in a variety of signature series of colors. Viola x wittrockiana is a hybrid resulting from tri-colored violas. The pansy only exists as a result of mass crossing and hybridizing of the viola during the 19th century and has never grown naturally in the wild. There is much debate and etymological red tape about interchanging the common terms “pansies”, “violas”, and “violets”. The species wittrockiana pays homage to 19th century pioneering botanist Veit Brecher Wittrock.

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