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Mother's Day Pansy Pots

Mother's Day Pansy Pots

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Bring home some cheer with our exclusive Pansy Pots!!  The pansy is a Sagebrush Designs family favorite & although often considered an annual, we have had great success with them coming back year after year when planted in the ground in our gardens.  They smell amazing and attract butterflies & bees!

Our Pansy Pots feature live flowers in a variety of color options, are wrapped in foil with a pink bow detail, and feature a whimsical pinwheel!  Plastic pots are recommended for temporary use only.  For optimal enjoyment all season, we recommend repotting in a larger pot/container, or planting outside in your garden once the threat of frost is gone for the current season.

About the Pansy (Viola):

Pansies are a type of Viola with large heart-shaped, overlapping petals and one of the widest ranges of bright, pretty colors and patterns.

Suitable for containers and borders and as ground cover, they are a go-to flower for reliable color almost year-round in some places.

Most gardeners treat pansies (and all violas) as an annual, but they’re actually hardy in USDA Hardiness Zones 3-8. They tend to get too leggy in the heat of summer. There hasn’t been much success in producing heat-tolerant pansies that can adequately survive hot weather.

Pansies are surprisingly hearty in cold weather, though. They’ll survive a frost, bouncing back from even single-digit temperatures. If the blooms wither in the cold, the plants will often stay alive to bloom again, which makes them a great flowering plant for fall and early winter color.

  • Remember to water pansies regularly. One of the most common reasons pansies fail is that they are not watered enough, so if they are not doing well, try watering them more.
  • You can use a general, all-purpose fertilizer around your pansies to help them grow. Be wary of using a nitrogen-heavy fertilizer, as this can result in more foliage than flowers.
  • Remove faded/dead flowers to encourage the plants to produce more blooms and prolong the blooming season. You can either pinch off the flower bud or cut it off just below the faded bud.

Source:  The Old Farmer's Almanac (

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