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Pansy plants and violas, their smaller relatives, give months of pleasure in beds, borders and containers. The winter-flowering varieties will give your garden a welcome splash of colour when most other plants are dormant. Pansy flowers are edible and look stunning crystallised and used as cake decorations.
PansyFabulous flower power in deep velvety shades of inky-blue that add spring colour without being garish. This lovely variety has a pleasing uniform habit wherever you plant it - in beds, containers, baskets or windowboxes. With good tolerance to heat and cold, Viola 'Denim' makes a superb winter pansy for brightening those dark days from January, and well into spring. Height: 15cm (6"). Spread: 20cm (8").
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.More info
Pansy 'Matrix™ Morpheus'
Viola x wittrockiana
This highly acclaimed pansy is one of the most popular in garden centres. The compact sturdy stems are well-branched and hold their vibrant flower heads high, whatever the weather brings to ensure your garden is filled with colour. Easy to grow, Pansy 'Matrix Morpheus' is perfect for all your containers and bedding displays. Height and spread: 23cm (9").
Viola 'Sorbet Orange Jump Up'
PansyA vivacious colour scheme of orange and deep purple flowers with charming whiskered faces. Viola 'Sorbet Orange Jump Up' makes a vibrant addition to autumn and spring displays. This charming Viola flowers enthusiastically over a long period, while still retaining its uniformity and neat compact habit. Height: 20cm (8"). Spread: 23cm (9").
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