Will I need to cover my pansy up for the winter freeze

  7 answers
  • Crystal Crystal on Nov 06, 2017
    Yes! Prune back and cover with straw.

  • Gai7514267 Gai7514267 on Nov 07, 2017
    No....I NEVER cover mine.

  • Bbunny42 Bbunny42 on Nov 07, 2017
    It may depend on where you live. Here in Central Texas we leave them uncovered and they bloom beautifully until it gets really warm in the spring. Also, dianthus do well in our winters, which are nothing compared to more northern areas, but we do often have freezes down to the mid-teens. (I hear the laughter from Canadian and really northern Hometalkers!)

  • Diane Diane on Nov 07, 2017
    I don't cover mine I live in utah

  • Karen Krysowaty Karen Krysowaty on Nov 07, 2017
    I don't cover mine and we live in Tennessee, but we really haven't had a deep freeze since we moved down here

  • Barbara-Denison Joy Barbara-Denison Joy on Nov 08, 2017
    No , they reseed if in a flat area protected from run off and wind

  • Cindy Hagemann Cindy Hagemann on Nov 08, 2017
    Pansies like cooler weather and will freeze. I don't cover mine or do anything and sometimes they come back in the early spring.