Pansy and Viola Windowsill
The prolific blooms of pansies and violas (Viola sp.) offer a welcome splash of color in wintertime, but many gardeners don’t think of using them as cut flowers. You can,
though. These delicate flowers work best in small bottles and vases. And—surprise—when you bring them into the warmth of your
house, you’ll notice (maybe for the first time) their sweet fragrance.
If you didnt plant any pansies and violas last fall, you can still add them to your garden now.