ChatterBank2 mins ago
Winter flowering pansies
I bought some of the above, a couple of months ago to put in my hanging baskets at the front. Don't normally bother in the winter, now I remember why -as this year the same thing has happened or more to the point hasn't happened. My pansies are green and lush, but are missing the flowers, does anyone know why I never get flowers on my winter pansies, is it too late to do anything about it, feeding them etc. Any advice greatly appreciated.
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stop feeding them.... and let them get dry to the point of drooping slightly a couple of times if they are 'stressed' they will produce flowers with a view to setting seed... once flowering starts feed lightly with something like miracle gro or phostrogen and as slack alice said make sure they get enough light