Pansy "Frizzle Sizzle Lemonberry" (Viola wittrockiana) seeds | Pink, purple, yellow ruffles, rare new hybrid variety, early flowering
Pansy "Frizzle Sizzle Lemonberry"
Pansy "Frizzle Sizzle Lemonberry"
Pansy "Frizzle Sizzle Lemonberry"
Pansy "Frizzle Sizzle Lemonberry"
Pansy "Frizzle Sizzle Lemonberry"
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Pansy "Frizzle Sizzle Lemonberry"

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The Viola genus of flowering plants is in the violet family Violaceae. It is the largest genus in the family, containing between 525 and 600 species. Most species are found in the temperate Northern Hemisphere; however, some are also found in widely divergent areas such as Hawaii, Australasia, and the Andes.

Pansy (syn. Viola × wittrockiana) Frizzle Sizzle Lemonberry is part of the Frizzle Sizzle Series and offers pastel yellow and pink-berry ruffled flowers beautifully marked with a deep brown blotch. Plants are early blooming. Colder temperatures will result in more pronounced ruffles.

A cottage garden flower if ever there was, the Viola differs from the Pansy in having smaller flowers on more compact plants and in being very free-flowering. They will start blooming in early spring and, if dead-headed regularly, will continue far into the autumn - indeed, one enthusiast writing as long ago as 1908 mentions picking flowers on Christmas Day. Exceptionally hardy and trouble-free.

Height at maturity: 15-20 cm
Spread at maturity: 15-25 cm
Light needs: Full sun to part shade
Hardiness: down to -20C°, fully hardy perennials in Zones 6-10 but can grow just fine in zones 3-11.
Type of soil: humusy, moist garden soil heavily amended with organic material
Soil pH: Slightly acidic soil; peat moss as a soil additive will help acidify garden soil.
Where to plant: Garden beds and containers, landscaping, baskets and windowboxes
Features: Attracts Bees and butterflies, very fragrant, winter interest, frost tolerant
Pruning: no
Pests and disease: Prone to fungal diseases
Best time to sow seeds: Autumn to Winter
Flowering period: Year-round
Common names: Ruffled Pansy
Plant type: Cool-weather annual
Difficulty: Low Maintenance

STARTING YOUR SEEDS
Sow your seeds 3 mm deep and gently top with a layer of vermiculite. Space them 15 cm apart. Germination generally takes 7 – 14 days.

See details and information on cutting and harvesting here: https://terracegardenfrance.com/blogs/caring-for-your-plants/growing-violas-a-guide-to-sowing-care-and-harvest