New pansy variety in shades of apricot, gold, peach, lavender, plum, purple, and cream. The small cheery faces and petals are striped, flecked, and sparkling with color. This variety grows taller than most viola types and grows on 8-16” stems making them nice for small early spring bouquets. Vigorous plants produce abundant, artful blooms. Sweetly fragrant. Bloom size: 1 1/2–2 1/2". In regions with mild winters, this variety can be suitable for overwintering.
SEED COUNT: 100 SEEDS
Planting Instructions: Transplanting recommended. Sow seeds 8-12 weeks before the last frost. Cover seeds lightly with soil and water from the bottom or mist to prevent seeds from becoming displaced in the soil. Light is required to germinate. Transplant to cells or larger containers as plants grow. Grow at cooler temperatures avoiding using a plant heating matt. Keep in high light levels to avoid stretching. Harden off and transplant outside after danger of frost has passed. Direct seeding not recommended.
Sun: Sun/Part Shade Germination (days till sprouts appear): 4-7 Life Cycle: Annual Days to maturity: 60-70 Height: 8-16” Spacing: 6-9” Germ Rate: 67%