Although most pansies are at their peak color display, we are beginning our summer flower plantings starting next week. We contract our flowers with Cedar Glen Nursery and Cherie Sigmund is giving your flowers daily love to get them ready for planting next month. Summer flower planting is always an exciting signal that summer is forthcoming and we are again excited to produce new and unique color combinations. Although this spring has been colder than normal, summer is closer than the weather outside leads us to believe. Seasonal color is an area where we shine as our color combinations are always creative and our maintenance program ensures peak health and color. We are excited to see our 2022 displays get installed as summer arrives.  


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While we are excited to for our summer displays, we think the pansy deserves recognition and celebration. Check out our pansy slideshow of some of the stellar pansy displays from this past year.


We are pretty proud of our pansy program and love the color they provide in the late winter and early spring. Our wet winters are challenging for pansies, making it challenging to get them to survive so we can enjoy the pops of color this time of year. The wet weather breeds disease which is hard to control. However, we have developed a program that is very effective. This program includes two additional services to prevent disease. First, when we plant pansies, we add fresh potting soil to which is sterile and keeps the soil surface less infected with disease. Then we treat our pansies with fungicides every few weeks throughout the winter to combat the disease pressure. There is no additional charge for these extra services as they are built into our fall pansy planting and the cost is all inclusive. As we have promoted, our program is intensive and may cost a little bit more, but it is well worth it. We do what it takes to ensure our customers' pansies survive and thrive.


Although our annual addition of potting soil and fungicide treatment has been relatively effective, we are seeing increasing disease pressure the longer an area has been planted with pansies. The disease can build up over the years making the need to replace the entire soil in the planting area. We are now proposing that potting soil be removed every few years to start with fresh soil throughout the root zone instead of just the soil surface. This has proved to greatly reduce disease problems and the need for frequent fungicide treatments. You will likely see this proposed in the future

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