All posts tagged: pansies

Pansies and Violas

Despite their delicate appearance, they are tough flowers showing their sweet faces in cold out of plastic bag. I put them in a big transparent plastic bag to protect them from frost these days with bad weather, with open part left for air, because plastic do not breathe, causing moisture to get trapped inside. They look helty and happy, even pansies are happy with their little cousins violas, and pansies don’t tolarate crowd like violas.

Pansies, Panolas and Violas

Pansies, Panolas and Violas What’s a Panola? A pansy crossed with a viola. You’ll love the fragrance! 🙂 Panola have a slightly smaller bloom than regular pansies but are larger than violas. Botanically speaking, violas, pansies, and almost all violets are perennials belonging to the genus Viola. Variations on a Theme

Playful Petals

Different ways of viewing flower give very different unexpected original results, like these happy petite violas. Purple-white viola posing like butterfly and yellow dancing viloa ballerina 🙂 Violet tenderness, petals that looks like plisse dress, pansy flower 🙂 Seeing differently, backside flowers. Flowers are one of nature’s most beautiful creations and even from the back petals are gorgeous. Have fun capturing gorgeous flower photography – creative & unusual angles. Unusual and Flower of the Day


Resilience. Despite its soft cheerful face, the pansy is one of toughest little blooms in the garden. Pansies and violas are certainly a plants for all seasons. Pansies and violas are so resilient that they quickly recover with a few days good weather. Cheerful flowers lift spirits in cold months.  🙂