|Pansy Viola X Wittrockiana 'Delta Premium Tapestry'|
Common Name: Pansy 'Delta Premium Tapestry'
Pansy 'Delta Premium Tapestry'
Pansy’s are the most sold flower in the world. There are two main types of pansy’s, clear or pure & faced or blotch. A pansy with a face/blotch, features a dark blotch in the center of the flower. Pansy’s are available in an amazing array of colors, can overwinter in many areas if they had time to develop a good footing and are easy to grow, rarely having any diseases or insect problems. Delta Tapestry contains shades of Rose, Pink, Apricot & Cream colored flowers with Dark Centers. These 2.5 to 3 inch blooms sit on compact 4 to 6 inch plants that keep the blooms from falling over.
Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips
Best planted when soil temps are between 45-70 degrees and in a raised bed for good drainage. Pansy’s planted when soil temps are below 45 will be stunted exhibiting little growth or flowering. Plant 6 to 10 inches apart in full of part sun. Water thoroughly for the first time 5 days after planting and then it is best that they receive a thorough watering once or twice a week and feed once every two weeks. Regular dead heading of faded blooms can extend & increase blooming. Surrounding, with approx 2 inches of mulch will help conserve water and protect against the cold. The Delta Series exhibits great heat tolerance though all pansy’s will begin to decline as the days heat up. Be careful, deer love pansy’s!
The name pansy is derived from the French word pensee’ meaning “thought”, and was so named because the blotched flower resembles a human face. Because of this the pansy has long been a symbol of freethought. Pansy flowers are edible and when temps drop below 25 degrees their foliage will wilt & turn a grey-green as a defense from the cold.
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