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n Latin name:
Viola tricolor; part used: flowers; uses: whooping cough, inflammation, upper respiratory disorders, laxative, seborrheic skin conditions, acne, cradle cap; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children, salicylate sensitivity. Also called
field pansy, heartsease, Johnny jump-up, jupiter flower, ladies' delight, or
wild pansy.
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Yellow and blue pansies always make an eye-catching picture.
Pansies make an excellent plant for containers because of their compact growing habits.
This might best be translated as pansies with flamboyance.
Today, however, one does not have to be an aristocrat to grow pansies, and the pansies we buy at the local garden center certainly do not have to be coddled.
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The organization is looking for team leaders at businesses, schools, garden clubs and neighborhoods across the state to serve as liaisons by coordinating orders, payment and delivery of pansies to their locations.
James Penner's Pinks, Pansies, and Punks explores the evolution of the "hard/soft dichotomy" in American literary culture between the 1930s and the 1970s (12).
Two of the original Junonia species--the Blue and Yellow Pansies have wing patterns and colours that closely resemble the flowers they are named for--the pansy.
Pansies are close relatives of violas with larger sized flowers.
Hundreds of pansies were set to be planted in the gardens of the British Consulate to commemorate victims of hate crime and persecution.
Then fill with autumn and winter favourites including heather, Skimmia japonica reevesiana, winter-flowering pansies and autumn cyclamen.
My grounds foreman, Andrew Beck, took great care to plant pansies this past March at each of our entrances.