Viola x wittrockiana
| 25 Seeds |
Celebrate autumn by pairing a jack o’lantern and a pot brimming with classic fall colors: orange and black. Growers raise this pansy mix to feature an eye-pleasing blend of orange and black - Special Unique orange and black displayPanolas are free flowering mini pansies that resist stretching in warm weather and are very early. Pansy plants can overwinter in many areas if they had time to develop a good footing and are easy to grow for these raw, prime pansy seeds. Pansies rarely have any disease or insect problems making them very low maintenance. The Panola series of Pansy plants are a cross between a Pansy & Viola which results in medium sized flowers that hold up better in rain and snow than the much larger flowering pansy varieties. Medium-flowered Panola pansies hold up better in the Winter months when beaten down by rain and snow because the petals are smaller and thicker
25 Seeds Per Package.
How To Grow Pansy From Seeds
A medium covering of coarse grade vermiculite is recommended to help maintain high humidity around the germinating seed for better germination performance. Proper germination takes 3 to 4 days. For optimal germination performance, maintain the plug media at “wet” moisture levels, i.e., the media is glistening, but water will not ooze out from the bottom of the tray and will penetrate only slightly from the top around the fingertip. Avoid germination temperatures above 70°F (21°C) to prevent seedling stretch
Stage 2 (first leaves) timing: 10 days