Pansy Swiss Giant Mix Seeds

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Pansies Swiss Giant are annual and short-lived perennial flowering plants, but most gardeners grow them as annuals. It produces beautiful flowers with large heart-shaped single or bio-color petals and a face-like center. Pansies are cold-loving plants and can survive frost. These ornamental flowers are very attractive and edible, pansy plants are perfect for growing in containers, home gardens, or terrace gardens. To plant this fast-growing flower, buy the best quality Pansy Swiss Giant Mix seeds Online at the best price from www.organicbazar.net and add colors to your garden.

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  • Seed quantity: 100 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Best Sowing Season: Spring, late Summer, Autumn, or late Winter
  • Sowing method: Seedling transplant
  • Germination temperature: 7-18°C
  • Sowing depth: ⅛ inch
  • Germination time: 7 to 21 days
  • Blooming time: Spring to Summer (February to June)

What size grow bag is best for Pansy Swiss Giant Mix?

Pansy Growing Season In India 

Pansy thrives in cool weather, and in the heat of summer, they tend to get too leggy. The best time to sow the pansy seeds is early spring (February) or fall (September to November). Additionally, you can plant pansy seeds in late winter (January) for early spring and summer flowering or sow pansy seeds in late summer (June) for fall and winter flowering. 

How To Grow Pansy In Pots 

For best results, sow pansy seeds by seedling transplant method. You can start planting pansies indoors in a dark spot. The best temperature for pansy seeds to germinate is around 7-18°C. You can use a pot or grow bag at least 9 to 12 inches wide and deep for planting pansies. 

Pansy Swiss Giant Seeds Sowing Method 

Take a seedling tray and fill it with a potting mix, you can also make your own potting mix by mixing 20% cocopeat, 30%  vermicompost, 30% garden soil, and 20% sand. Sow 1-2 pansy seeds in each cell at ⅛ inch deep of the seedling tray. Water the soil through a watering can. Keep soil moist and place the seedling tray in a dark spot until germination. Pansies seeds germinate in about 7-21 days. 

You can transplant pansy plants when the stems have grown to a few inches tall. Or you can transplant about 6 weeks after planting the seeds. Transplant carefully without damaging the root of the plants and plant only one pansy plant per pot for healthy growth. Keep the soil moist and place the pot in partial sunlight for a few days after transplanting to protect the seedling from transplant shock. After 3 days, keep the pot in full sunlight.

Best Fertilizer For Pansies Flower

  • Do not add highly nitrogen-rich fertilizer to pansies plants, as this will result in more foliage than flowers.
  • You can apply a plant growth promoter or PROM every few weeks to encourage flowering. 

Giant Pansies Plant Care Tips 

Soil – Use moist, humus-rich, and well-drained soil for planting pansies flowers. 

Water – Pansies require regular watering, do not allow the soil to dry out for a long time. Do not put excessive water in the soil, it can cause fungal diseases.

Sunlight – Pansy can grow in full sunlight or partial shade, but for best results, place the pot in an area that receives full sunlight in the morning and some partial shade during the afternoon.

Temperature – Pansies can tolerate low temperatures and grow best in cool climates, temperatures between 7-21°C are optimal for the growth of Pansies plants.

Common pests and diseases – No serious diseases infect the pansy plant but some pests like slugs and aphids stunt the growth of the plant during wet weather. You can use neem oil on the plant to control these pests.

Swiss Giant Pansies Bloom Time 

  • Pansies bloom from spring through summer (February to June) and sometimes into fall and winter. Generally, it takes 35-50 days for pansies to flower from transplant.
  • These are very popular cut flowers and can stay fresh in water for about a week.

Pansy Special Features 

  • Common name – Pansy, viola  
  • Scientific name – Viola × wittrockiana
  • Height – 6 to 12 inches 
  • Companion planting – Primrose, trailing lobelia, and sweet alyssum
  • Level of growing – Easy 


How do you keep pansies blooming?

Deadheading is very essential for pansy flowering plants, it will keep the plant healthy and encourage more blooms plus it will help extend the blooming season.

Why are my pansies dying?

The main reason why pansy plants die is excessive water in the soil, if you are facing this problem then do not overwater and use soil with good drainage.                                    

 Note: Images are for reference purposes only. Actual products may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.

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