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Oct 26, 2012
Perfect fall garden treat
Katie Rotella  Website Manager

The Autumn season is ablaze and cooler temperatures have put our summer flowers in deep slumber. Yes, it’s hard to say goodbye to all the joys a colorful garden brings. But don’t overlook planting successfully in Fall! It’s an excellent time to decorate for the season and get creative with plants that prefer the crisp air and warm soil.

The Wave Team filmed the video below to inspire you this season. Our newest member of the Wave family, Cool Wave Pansies, just adore colder weather and they play well with other fall favorites, like Mums, African Daisies, Kale, Lettuce, Grasses and Marigolds. Try mixing them together and watch Cool Wave Pansies spread and trail over the sides of the pot or basket.

Then add even more fun. The Wave Team kicked their containers up a notch by adding bright ribbon, ornaments, pumpkins and gourds, bare branches, and other flair. Placed at your doorway, this stunner can greet trick-or-treaters in October, or welcome Thanksgiving guests.

We’d love to see how you decorate for the season! Share your Cool Wave Pansies photos in the Wave Gallery, or post to our Facebook page. We’ll pin our favorite photos online and award one special fall gardener a cool-season treat.

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Reader Comments (1)

I was excited to read about your cool wave pansies and searched to find where they were sold. I had used icicle pansies for years and could no longer find them. When I went to buy, all the offerings at Home Depot and Lowe's were very disappointing. In my area west of Chicago (yes right by Ball seed) the pots sold were mixed with mostly leggy annuals and the pansies were leggy also. I understand they will survive the winter in a pot, which is different than the old versions, but the annuals mixed with them would not. Please offer them in 6 to 12 packs so gardeners can plant them where they will be enjoyed in the Spring. There is nothing better than a colorful mass of pansies to anchor a flower bed, and if these perform like the Icicle ones, the Spring profusion would be terrific.
Saturday, January 19, 2013 | Dee J