Pansies multiply - how it works

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You love pansies and can not get enough of them? Then it's time to collect seeds and multiply yourself. That's not hard at all.

Pansies can be multiplied by seeds

With their color palette ranging from white to red to dark blue and yellow and their long flowering period from spring to summer, pansies are classics in gardens and public parks. Especially in spring, they provide after a long winter for the first splashes of color and are therefore also given away as a spring greeting.

Now, it is the case that you have to buy the pansies every year. At least many think so. But this is not the case. If you do not want to buy new pansies every year, or if you have especially beautiful varieties in your garden and you want more of them, you can increase them with a bit of skill and patience. That's not hard at all.

This allows pansies to multiply

Depending on which varieties bloom and when, you can breed pansies in both spring and autumn. Proceed as follows:

➤ Step 1:

If summer pansies have withered, you can remove the seeds from the inflorescences.

➤ Step 2:

Then dry the grains well in a sealed, dry container. The seeds can then either be sowed directly on the spot or planted in pots. Reading tip: sow pansies - How to do it right.

➤ Step 3:

After rising in the bed you have to separate the flowers. The plants that you have grown in the pot, however, should be at their intended place in the garden until mid-October at the latest. They are frost hardy and then bloom in the spring.

In the spring, however, you must sow the collected seeds in seed trays in February and then set the plants outside in May.

By the way:

Since pansies are so-called F1 hybrids, that is, breeds, self-propagated plants are usually not as large as the mother plants. Also in the color they can be different from the "original plant".

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