Look at My Tents for My Pansies 😀- Thoughts?

Hoping that will do it as some of them looked "hurt" to me

t look at my tents for my pansies

t look at my tents for my pansies

t look at my tents for my pansies
  12 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 12, 2017
    Well hopefully ....Blizzard ick...

  • Tess Tess on Mar 12, 2017
    Oh well, whatever will be will be is not the end of the world, if they won't make it, will plant something new but this time after April 15th

  • Johnchip Johnchip on Mar 12, 2017
    Great job. Hopefully this storm is less than 6" of fluffy. If wet snow, goodluck and get it off as soon as you don't freeze.

  • Shoshana Shoshana on Mar 13, 2017
    Best of luck to your pansies!! (Love your positive attitude )

  • Tess Tess on Mar 13, 2017
    Thank you Shoshana , keep warm 😀

  • Wildwoodapp Wildwoodapp on Mar 15, 2017
    Pansies hard very hardy, depsite their delicate look. They are the winter flower to plant in Texas and it does freeze down there, several times during a winter. Pansies don't like a lot of heat.

  • Cathy Cathy on Mar 15, 2017
    It is probably making the pansies too warm---they are cool weather flowers---mine bloom off and on all winter whenever the weather warms up, and they are not harmed by snow or cold weather, they will perk right back up when it gets warmer.

  • Tess Tess on Mar 15, 2017
    Time will show if I helped them by covering or I killed them unintentionally 🌝

  • Margie Margie on Mar 16, 2017
    Tess, How much snow did you get? How did the plant tents hold up for the pansies? They are a cool weather plant, so they should pop right back!

  • Tess Tess on Mar 16, 2017
    Hello Margie there is about 4-6 inches of snow which also covered my plastic tents and now the snow became hard as rock, so I am not sure how I will find the flowers underneath as more snow is coming and right now I still am not able to remove the plastic tents . I saw this morning other flowers sticking out of the snow and they look ok 😏

  • Sue stricker Sue stricker on Mar 18, 2017
    As others indicated, no need to cover. I always had pansies for my Christmas table and sometimes pulled them in the snow. Formerly lived in Maryland with awful cold and they were fine. Remember also, the more you pick, the more blooms you will have. I had to learn that from another pansy lover.

  • Tess Tess on Mar 18, 2017
    Wow great tips, thank you Sue I appreciate the knowledge, yes I removed the plastics tod and they are doing fine , thanks again for great advice, all the best T