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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Putting A Happy Face Out There

I was very happy with the pansies I planted last year.  They were my first ones.
While out on errands this past Saturday, I found pansies for sale and brought a pack home.


Perfect happy pansy faces for the front porch.


The pansies are happy because we've received some nice rain recently!

11 comments:

  1. Can't beat purple blotch pansy flowers for giving us colour for this inbetween time in the seasons.

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  2. I absolutely adore these! Love the color. And the faces--so cute.

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  3. Love pansies! Mine are starting to die off in the warm weather but they have performed so nicely all winter!

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  4. Very pretty and welcoming. I enjoyed pressing the pretty pansies between the pages of the phone book when I was younger. I would glue them to gift packages for a special touch!

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  5. Oh I just couldn't make it through winter and early spring without pansies and violas! I had to click on you First Ever Pansies post...if you ever purchase a flat or so and plant them in the garden, you will be hooked, more times than not they will reseed a little here and there.

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  6. Pansies won't work here right now in the South, the heat is killing them. I do love pansies though!

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  7. Amanda always gets really frustrated when I buy pansies for customers. She hates them, but I think they do indeed have smiley faces, and make me feel good as well. Thanks for sharing....TTFN.

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  8. Happy and cheerful face there! Like this colour. Last year we grow some pansy flower from our home-grown seeds and most were yellow colour. Happy Easter.

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  9. Your pansies are so cheery! I actually have a few pansies that survived the winter in a pot and are blooming again--that's a first for me!

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  10. I bought a pack of them last week and then the weather turned very cold and windy. They sit in my kitchen window liking the inside temperatures. They are a fun flower to see.

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  11. I bought a pack of them last week and then the weather turned very cold and windy. They sit in my kitchen window liking the inside temperatures. They are a fun flower to see.

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