22 Ways to Use Pansies & Violas in Containers
Use the purple and yellow blooms of ‘Matrix Morpheus’ pansy in green, glazed pots to create a living centerpiece on your patio table.
When filling a show-stopping window box, don't hesitate to use small evergreen shrubs or perennials, which last throughout the seasons. In the fall, turn to mums, kales, pansies, violas, and snapdragons for color, and then add a few daffodil or tulip bulbs for a pop in the spring.
Gather two galvanized buckets. Plant the smaller one with violas and parsley. Tuck more violas and creeping Jenny around the edges of the larger one, and stack.
Step 1: Start with a lightweight premium potting soil that contains a slow-release fertilizer.
Step 2: Add damp soil up to the first set of holes in the jar. Insert violas from cell packs.
Step 3: Add soil up to the next level of holes, and plant. Repeat until you've planted the whole jar. Water gently and enjoy!