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Jan 27, 2022
5 Unique Pansy Colors to Grow This Spring
Suzette Rubio  Wave Blogger

Your backyard gardening team is here to help with choosing Spring flower colors. Pansies are a great way to get into the season and it’s not just about the traditional pansy colors of years past. Find fresh ideas with our collection of Cool Wave® Pansies. Maybe it’s a rainbow of groundcover, mixed containers on the patio, or an array of hanging baskets … think unique Cool Wave colors to grow this Spring outdoors.

Five perfectly picked pansy colors await:

Strawberry Swirl
Flowers show a pretty pink cap in cool weather, and its yellow face becomes more pronounced when the heat kicks in. Using Pink in your garden unlocks your sweet and feminine side. A great way to soften the vibe.

Raspberry Swirl
In cooler temps, flowers show more of a rose cap, especially during the Spring season. In Autumn, more of the soft yellow comes through. These rich shades evoke an air of luxury in your garden, when you want to bring on the bling.

Blooms are more red during the Winter or early-Spring season, and more yellow in Summer and Autumn. Red and orange tones are full of energy, and keep your garden design lively for sure.

Flowers are a vibrant shade of the classic, solid blue pansy. Blue is serene – the choice for a chill-zone or outdoor oasis.

White flowers turn frosty, light blue from the edges as they mature. Cooler temps enhance the color pattern of these blooms. The White and Blue combo here makes the landscape feel crisp and refreshed. It also helps other color choices in your garden POP!

Don’t forget that for best performance, Cool Wave Pansies like temps between 45-65°F (7-18°C). They’ll provide the early-season color you’ve been missing and are your answer to lots of spreading garden color in cooler weather. Get more tips on successful Spring gardens at our How-To Library.

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