We’re planting …Pansy ‘Halloween’ because it is not your usual pansy, and the name says it all. The extra-large flowers are pure black and lightly perfumed. A real novelty for the garden, it stands out if planted alongside other bright orange pansies. For winter to spring flowering, plant in full sun to bring out the black shades. The large plants (20cm high and wide) show up well in containers, or as an accent plant in garden beds, with spring bulbs, or other bright winter annuals. Pant in well-composted soil that drains well, water regularly and fertilise once a month.
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