Sunday, November 14, 2010

Today's Flowers: Pansies

I think pansies are so cheerful as the weather turns cold. They can handle a hard frost.
When it is cold they seem to curl up and partly close but open to the warming sun.
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I don't have any pansies in my garden anymore but I am able to enjoy them almost everywhere I go around town.
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Leora said...

Yes, pansies do well in colder weather. I sometimes buy them in the spring - they never survive the summer in my garden! My marigolds and petunias are still alive, despite the frost.

Cezar and Léia said...

So nice to see the lovely energy in these flowers, the yellow is so delicate and I specially love the firs one!
Have a nice Sunday and great week ahead dear Carver!

Lui said...

Oh I'm glad they survive the cold and cheer people!

Jane said...

I love Pansies, this variety doesn't have the usually patterning that looks like a face. Lovely lemony colour though, thanks for sharing:)

EG CameraGirl said...

Very pretty! I usually purchase pansies at the end of April, planting them under a deciduous tree so that in the summer they are in the shade.

Judy said...

And they reappear in the spring, too! I love these yellow pansies!

Nicole said...

I love them too, I think they are gorgeous!
Now that the weather is cooler here, we get more flowers in the 'gardens' too :)

Sorry for having been away so long, but my host switch didn't go the way I wanted,... plus I am enjoying the cooler weather ;)

DeniseinVA said...

Those are beautiful pansies, a lovely bit of sunshine in the garden at this time of year.

Kate said...


Míriam Luiza said...

Gosto destas imagens e de todas as outras desta páginas! Tem um caminho bem lindo, que me imaginei andando nele!

SandyCarlson said...

I never think of them this time of year. Only in February. Which is silly. Thanks for a gorgeous post.

Anonymous said...

adored the detail on the last one...great
nice day
Grace Olsson

Randi said...

I love pansies. When I lived in England, I always had blue and yellow (the swedish colours) Pansies at the entrance during the winter.