Pansies are popular, bright-colored bedding plants that are grown in gardens worldwide. Many cultivars have been produced, with flowers of many colors and mixed shades. They can overwinter in warm-temperate to tropical climates, where they often persist as short-lived perennials.
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Cultivation: Small annual for USDA hardiness zones 3 to 10. Grows best in full sun with moderate moisture. May be grown as a perennial in zones 7 to 11.
Size: Reaches 6" to 9" (15 cm to 23 cm) tall with a spread of 9" to 1' (23 cm to 30 cm).
Flowering: Blooms from mid-spring through late fall or year-round in zones 7 to 11.
Propagation methods: seeds, cuttings.