These medium-flowered Panola pansies hold up better in the winter months when beaten down by rain and snow because the petals are smaller and thicker.
Plant in early spring or fall for best performance. Plant in sun or partial sun for best flowering.
Pansies, usually classified as cool-season annuals or short-lived perennials, are winter hardy most winters if planted in early fall to allow the roots to get established before freezing temperatures arrive. Even the flowers will tolerate temperatures down to 15 degrees F.
Pansies planted in the fall will overwinter and rebloom in the spring up to zone 5.