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Pansy & Frost question

bob

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
DE
We had some temperatures in the mid 20's the other night. The pansies that I planted have wilted. The green leaves look alright, but the actual flower part does't look good. Should I pull off the wilted pedals. And will new flowers grow back on?

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mdb landscaping

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Glastonbury, CT
ya bob, we planted all our commercial accounts with pansies the other day and they didnt look so good after the other night, but they perked right back up today when it was warm.
 

excel25

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
upstate SC
We plant ours in Oct. and were pulling them out now to plant our warm season annuals. They will be fine!!
 

polecat63

LawnSite Silver Member
Yep, they'll be just fine. Planted mine last Oct. and they're blooming like crazy. Be sure to dead head them often and you'll get tons of new blooms.
 
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