Your picture reminds me of my dad. My father’s pansies were beautiful, and they just bloomed and bloomed. I have yellow ones this year that are bright and pretty, but they don’t have the cute little “faces.”
Maybe the “P” in pansy is for parent because they were my Mom’s favorite flower. I smile when I see them and think of how much joy she got out of me planting them for her.
Pansies are one of my favorite flowers. I planted several in the fall in planters and gardens it is great watching their purple and yellow petals emerge.
They were my Mom’s favorite, and I smile and think of her every time I see them.
oh this time of year for blogging is so beautiful on everyones pages isn’t it? Thank you for sharing yours with us.
Yes, it is such a wonderful time after a long snowy winter.
well we STILL have patches of snow!!
Yes, we still have some patches too but thank goodness it is melting and there is now more green and brown than white. 🙂
I just went out to look around and the daffodil shoots are up
This is good news. Mine are barely peeking through. If I didn’t know exactly which bed they are in, I wouldn’t recognize them. 🙂
Lovely unusual shades of pink.
I planted some pansies last weekend. This year I am going with simple ones – no face and one color, either light blue, white, or yellow.
I love pansies, too! They do have sweet little faces. Amara just planted some in her front yard. They don’t do as well here because it gets TOOOO hot in the summer but they are pretty in the spring.
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