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Annuals: Has any one in zone 6 successfully overwintered pansies?

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graciesmoxie
Jamaica Plain, MA

August 27, 2010
12:09 PM

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I have pansies that have continued to bloom all though this spring and summer. They got a bit leggy but they are a beautiful shade of blue and I would love to keep them over the winter and use them again next spring.
Am I wrong, it is my understanding that pansy seeds do not stay true to the parent?

I have kept impatiences by bringing them into the house and giving them minimum water and light. I had mostly good luck with the impatients so that is partly what tempts me to think I could do the same with my pansies. Thanks

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