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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by DBLC, Oct 14, 2003.
how many 4" pansies per 100 ft2 Also, what spacing, ie. 6" or 8" apart? Thanks!
6inchs apart if you want them to grow to touch each other
If we want them to be a instant thrill we plant them 1 on top of another that gives the best look in a short period of time, But Normally you should plant 5" to 6" apart
Here is a quote from this site.
"Plant them anywhere from six to ten inches apart; close spacing helps the bed look fuller, but wider spacing aids in good circulation and overall plant health."
Thanks guys! GREAT ANSWERS FAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This year I'll be putting down Merit on all my Pansy installations. Last year, the aphids did a lot of damage to pansies in the DFW area.
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