Giant Pansy (Viola x Wittrockiana Swiss Giant Alpenglow) - No garden is complete without red Pansy flowers! Easily grown from Pansy seeds, this Swiss giant Pansy reaches 3 inches across and features a cardinal red bloom with a black blotch.
Giant Pansy (Viola x Wittrockiana Swiss Giant Bergwacht) - Designed to have large flowers on long stems, these Swiss giant Pansy plants have 3 - 4 inch flowers with a black blotch in the center. These Pansy flowers are a striking combination of blue and violet tones, and they are easily grown from Pansy seeds.
Pansy (Viola x Wittrockiana Clear Crystals Black) - Fill an entire flower bed with Pansies for a striking effect! Grown from Pansy seeds, these black Pansy flowers are an effective attention getter. Pansy flowers are early blooming, sometimes even peaking through the snow, and they continue their display on into late spring to early summer.
Pansy (Pansy Chianti Mix) - There is nothing more charming than this Chianti Mix Pansy. Start Pansy seeds and enjoy the lovely shades of red, orange, rose and magenta, and the semi-ruffled flowers are often streaked with a darker shade adding even more of a dramatic effect.
Giant Pansy (Viola x Wittrockiana Swiss Giant Claret) - Start Pansy seeds for one of the best annuals for fall! Pansies can be considered biennial or even perennial in the right climate, but typically they are grown as annuals.
Giant Pansy (Viola x Wittrockiana Swiss Giant Flame) - What a delightful and reliable little beauty! Grown from Pansy seeds, these giant Pansy flowers have sturdy stalks bearing large 3 inch orange-scarlet flowers with black blotches.
Giant Pansy (Viola x Wittrockiana Swiss Giant Coronation Gold) - Add some sunny, golden color to your flower garden by growing Pansy seeds. These little Pansy flowers are treasures of bright color for flower beds, baskets, and pots.
Pansy (Pansy Inspire Ruby) - This pansy plant has a very compact habit and is bred for extreme weather conditions. Showy flowers in both clear and blotched faces will show off in spring and fall. Use this pansy for landscape, bedding, and mixed containers. These pansy seeds are supplied as raw and primed.
Pansy (Viola x Wittrockiana Clear Crystals Light Blue) - You have never seen a sweeter little Pansy than these clear crystal light blue Pansies. Pansy seeds can readily be grown for a wonderful cool weather display of color.
Pansy (Viola Wittrockiana Clear Crystals Scarlet) - If you want to add a touch of drama to your flower garden, start Pansy seeds for this stunning scarlet variety. Viola x wittrockiana Clear Crystals are known for their superb selection of clear colors without blotches. This scarlet Pansy flower is brilliant and it will catch the attention of neighbors and everyone passing by.
Pansy (Pansy Acquarelle Strawberry Mix) - Loaded with flowers, these compact pansies produce long-lasting medium to large 3 inch flowers. Pansy strawberry mix offers wild variations of deep rose shades with variable flower patterns. This pansy mix forms a beautiful display in the garden or in containers.
Pansy (Pansy Acquarelle Strawberry Tricolor) - Low growing pansy plants produce long-lasting medium to large 3 inch flowers in a sweet blend of strawberry, raspberry and cream. The rugged plants grow 6 - 9 inches tall making them great for bedding or in containers.
Giant Pansy (Viola Wittrockiana Swiss Giant Ullswater) - These giant Pansy flowers are rich, deep blue with a black blotch that is characteristic of Viola Swiss Giant. They are easy to grow from Pansy seeds, and you can make an intense display by planting this Pansy Ullswater blue in mass groupings, and they will bloom over a long season.
Pansy (Viola Wittrockiana Clear Crystals White) - For long-blooming, colorful beauty, you cannot beat Pansies for your garden. They are established easily from Pansy seeds, and this Clear Crystal white variety is known for the clear colors with no blotch and also for its increased hardiness. This white Pansy will stand up to diverse environmental conditions.
Pansy (Viola Wittrockiana Clear Crystals Yellow) - The Pansy Viola collection has grown considerably over the years and today there is a large group of hybrid plants cultivated as garden flowers and easily grown from flower seed. Many people refer to these hybrids as Viola wittrockiana. This yellow Pansy does not have any blotches or markings but is just a single clear tone of color.