We usually find violas planted in vases or in the ground depending on whether it is meant to be a mere ornamental plant, or to put colors and to create a frame in our gardens. Most of the times, violets are found naturally in our gardens and they spread easily everywhere we want it to grow. The plant is not tall at all, it is characterized by a lot of typical leaves that sustain and create a sort of basket where the flowers can bloom and be repaired. Despite the name, it can have different kinds of shades: not only violet, but also, yellow, blue, purple or multi-colors.

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Violas need light. Direct exposure to sunlight is perfect, even though it can be placed in semi-shaded places as well, without making the plant suffer from lack of light. Be aware that in this case, the plant will grow more leaves and less flowers. Just keep it away from the wind. The soil where you plant it should be non acid, fertile and well drained. If you mix the soil with some sand, it will keep it drained and safe from too much humidity which is harmful for a healthy violet plant.


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    Planting time

    Planting time Usually it is better to plant the new element, or even re-pot the old one, during the fall season or the beginning of spring. Just remove the plant taking care of not damaging it, and then dig a hole, deep enough to settle the plant with its whole roots. If you are using a vase, get a bigger one and prepare it for the better, covering everything with soil. Make sure everything is well compacted before adding water.

    Care and fertilization

    Pansy must be constantly watered, with moderate quantity of liquid. Do it every two to three days during the summer and less frequently during the winter. Let the soil dry in between watering, to be sure it will not be soaked.

    When you fertilize it, be sure you are using the correct elements and ask for help to experts. Fertilizer is usually mixed with the soil or diluted in water once a month. Pansies do not need to be trimmed or cut, just remove damaged parts like dry leaves or rotten flowers. Keep away parasites and diseases using specific solutions to prevent these agents to affect the plant and by not letting the soil be soaked with water where fungi and similar can grow.