The typical Pansy face is shown in this golden Pansy. They are very accommodating plants and that is probably why so many are grown every year in the UK. Winter flowering Pansies can be sown now and planted out in October for flowering from February onward when a bright spell occurs.
Tip for sowing seeds cover the seed tray with a sheet of paper until the seeds germinate – do not bury the seeds in compost.
Tip Grow Pansies as biennial plants – they get leggy after flowering.
These Pansy faces are almost black and very deep and intense colours can be found in the Pansy family. Consider the viola family when planning a black garden.