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Swiss Giants Pansy Flower Seeds

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Up for sale is one pack of approximately 50 Swiss Giants Pansy flower seeds. Perfect for summer blooms these are a larger size perennial viola that grow 8″ tall and produce a rainbow of colors from red to purple to white.

PLEASE NOTE: The U.S. Postal Service is running very slow on deliveries, and shipments that would normally take 2-3 days are taking up to 7-10 business days.  We have no control on how long they take to deliver.  If you need your seeds by a certain time we do offer 2 day upgraded shipping with the U.S. Postal Service.  

Germination Instructions

Soil temperature: 70 degrees 
Germination lighting: Dark required
Depth: 1/4″
Germination days: 12-20 days
Plant spread: 6″
Plant height:  8”
Seed Count: 50

For zones 5-9 Swiss Giants pansy are best started in early fall by sowing into your garden and then topping with 1/4″ of peat or compost.

It’s not recommended to start in pots but you can cold treat these for 60 days by adding your seeds to 1/4 cup of peat, and 1 or 2 tbs of water, and placing your mix in your refrigerator (not freezer). After 60 days let them dry on your counter and then sow into our garden in late winter/early spring. These are not very heat tolerant so for zones 7-9 it’s better to sow them in the fall.

When direct sowing these seeds, which are very small, it’s best to mix your seeds with 1/2 cup of dry sand and distribute them with a small shaker.

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