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Do pansies last through winter?

Pansies are surprisingly hearty in cold weather, though. They’ll survive a frost, bouncing back from even single digit temperatures. If the blooms wither in the cold, the plants will often stay alive to bloom again, which makes them a great flowering plant for fall and early winter color.

Then, how long will winter pansies last?

If properly planted and well cared for, winter pansies can last for three years or more.

One may also ask, do pansies come back year after year? There are no true perennial pansies that return year after year and flower. If you have pansies that act like perennials, they’re actually re-seeding annuals and biennials. Annual and biennial pansies can act like perennial pansies in consistently warm climates, such as those in zones 9 to 11.

In this way, how do you keep pansies alive in the winter?

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  1. Give them a minimum of four hours of direct sunlight.
  2. Feed them with a water-soluble, liquid fertilizer every two to three weeks.
  3. Remove old flowers.
  4. Water plants prior to a hard freeze. This is especially true for pansies in pots.
  5. Provide a light pine straw cover to reduce damage during a hard freeze.

Do pansies live all winter?

Despite the cold last winter, most of our pansies in the herb garden lived all winter and looked great in spring. Most plants in the viola family do best in spring and fall, as they prefer the cool weather. Remember pansies planted in the fall usually bloom off and on all winter, popping up whenever there is a thaw.


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