Do winter pansies come back?

What do you do with winter pansies after flowering?

Most of the bedding violas and pansies are perennials or biennials but they are usually just kept for one season and then discarded, but after flowering they can be cut back to a couple of centimetres and they will re-grow.

How do you revive winter pansies?

Do not pull up these plants when they succumb to the cold. Instead trim them back and cover them with mulch. As soon as the weather begins to warm up the following spring, pull back the mulch. Fall planted pansies will revive as soon as they get some warm spring sun.

Are winter pansies perennial UK?

Type: Most violas and pansies are hardy perennials, but they are generally grown as half-hardy annuals or as hardy biennials in the UK.

Should I feed winter pansies?

Feeding Winter Pansies

Don’t! Just grow them in the potting compost, without additional feeding. Whatever, do not feed your pansies or violas in the winter.

Do you deadhead winter pansies?

Pansies look wonderful in containers and pots, especially outside your front door. To keep them blooming as long as possible you must ‘deadhead’ them. Deadheading is simply removing any faded or diseased blooms… … Pansies will not produce any more blooms if you let them go to seed.

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Can I buy winter pansies now?

The main surge of sales of winter pansies is from early September to mid-October. This is the ideal time to plant them as in these months your soil is still warm and new compost will be warmed by the early autumn sunshine.