By By Mindy McIntosh-Shetter
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These lovely plants are one of my favorites and bring memories flowing back about my great-grandmother’s garden.
Every Easter her yard was full of voila, which are a pansy, and flower boxes full of Johnny Jump Ups and pansies.
Every fall painted the same picture with the coolness of the up coming winter.
Now days I plant pansies as a way of treating my gardening itch inexpensively. But again my frugal nature demands duality in my plants and pansies play that part. They provide a splash of color to my garden and create a colorful backdrop to Read the rest of this entry »