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Valdese, NC
(Zone 7a)

April 28, 2010
2:02 PM

Post #7745913

I live in an area where pansies are placed out in the fall. They bloom, stop blooming, bloom again, etc. until they come back in spring time blooming away. The summers are too hot for them here.

So I was thinking of using the WS method in milk jugs to grow my own pansies for setting out in the fall. In theory, I would sow them in milk jugs during the summer so they could be put out in the fall. Has anyone done this?

What involves growing pansies? Do they need cold or dark to grow?

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