The foliage on these pansies look very healthy!!
I long to garden - enjoy my yard and flowers, but the commitment of growin food seems daunting. I am trying to convince DH to plant a few things in containers on the deck. You are an inspiration!
Are these going in the washtub?
Wow Sue, these look so lush. Just ready to pop open several beautiful sunny faces.
Oh I can't wait to bring some 606's ( packs) from the nursery to add to my garden. We still have a few more weeks of frost so thank you for the warm thoughts of spring being right around the corner.Happy Planting - wonderful blog!
Ready for spring!! Hope you are having sunny days!
Yes, "ready for spring" was the story told by these plants, that and here come the 6 packs and pots and the race to get them planted.Yes, I think they are going in one of the wash tubs.
Hi Sue, I always pot up pansies this time of year and the raccoons always dig them up and sometimes break the post. Of course I'll try again this year. Can't resist those pansy faces and pastel colors.Marnie
I love pansies. There are so many lovely colors.
I found pansies from last year in my front garden after the snow all melted! I do believe they are still alive, so maybe I won't have to byy any this year!
I'm a teensy bit jealous that you are planting pansies already! Wow. I can't wait to see your garden progress through the spring.
It works! I'm able to put in a comment and upload. One can never have enough violas/pansies. We plant them here in the fall and they bloom in the winter and on into spring. They can't take our summer heat.
Ah! So fresh and new. I think they'd go crazy if given more space. good luck.
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