Fall pansy colors that are sure to please customers

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Updated Sep 14, 2022
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Cool-weather is just around the corner. One flower in particular that enjoys the cooler weather is the pansy.

Pansies boast a larger flower face and many are cool-weather tolerant. These flowers are an excellent addition to your customer’s fall garden, and there are a multitude of exciting varieties up for grabs.

Take a look at a few beautiful and unique color options these flowers offer.

Colossus Red with Blotch Photo: National Garden BureauColossus Red with Blotch
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Colossus Red with Blotch

These bright red beauties are developed specifically for high density production, and they are well-suited for summer and fall markets. They produce large blooms that can stand up to heat stress. They can typically reach a height of 4-5 inches tall and 6-8 inches wide. They are compact low-growers, which makes them ideal for rock paths and edging.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone: 7-10
  • Full sun to partial sun

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Colossus Tricolor Photo: National Garden BureauColossus Tricolor
Photo: National Garden Bureau

Colossus Tricolor

As the name suggests, these pansies boast three colors with their purple wings, yellow faces and a darker center blotch. They begin flowering in the spring and fall, and they are fairly low maintenance. They can typically reach a height of 4-5 inches tall and 6-8 inches wide. They are compact low-growers, which makes them ideal for rock paths and edging.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone: 7-10
  • Full sun to partial sun

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Colossus White with Blotch Photo: National Garden BureauColossus White with Blotch
Photo: National Garden Bureau

Colossus White with Blotch

When it comes to this particular pansy, the saying, “less is more” really comes into play. Featuring a simple white background and a darker middle, these little beauties give your customer’s garden just the pop it needs while also adding in a touch of elegance. They give off a pleasing aroma and have a spread of approximately 5-8 inches.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone: 7-10
  • Full sun to partial sun

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Nature Red and Yellow American Takii Photo: National Garden BureauNature Red and Yellow American Takii
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Nature Red and Yellow American Takii

For customers who can’t decide on one dominant color for their beds, this type is the obvious choice. Boasting colorful faces that bring in multiple colors, these flowers are also compact but give outstanding flower production. The flower may be small in comparison to other types, but they do maintain a neat habit whether they are in a bed or out and about in the landscape.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone: 7-10
  • Full sun to partial sun

 

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Delta Pure Orange Photo: National Garden BureauDelta Pure Orange
Photo: National Garden Bureau

Delta Pure Orange

Keeping with the traditional colors of fall, this pop of orange is sure to stand out in your customer’s garden while complimenting the surrounding décor. This type is very weather tolerant, are easily managed and maintain early and continuous flowering capacity under low light conditions.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone: 7-10
  • Full sun to partial sun

 

 

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Delta Pure Light Blue Photo: National Garden BureauDelta Pure Light Blue
Photo: National Garden Bureau

Delta Pure Light Blue

For customers who may want to break from traditional fall colors and add in a different color pop, these bright blues will certainly draw the eye. Their short, sturdy stems are weather tolerant and they boast larger flower faces. They are compact low-growers, which makes them ideal for rock paths and edging. They are able to flower in spring, fall and winter, which makes them a good choice for customers who don’t want the hassle of changing out their beds with each season.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone: 7-10
  • Full sun to partial sun
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