Key facts about Cool Wave Series pansies
- 8 in (20 cm) tall, 24-30 in (60-76 cm) spread
- Part to full sun
This mix of white, blue blush and yellow pansies has a strong trailing habit—a new trait. It’s also winter hardy, like many new pansies. —Rodger Tschanz, University of Guelph
These are perfect in baskets and window boxes—the long stems will cascade over the edges. Cool Wave pansies also make a good groundcover. Plants usually overwinter, if planted in the ground, not in containers. Blooms are larger than those on Plentifall trailing pansies, an earlier hybrid.
No. 11 of 15 New Plants for 2012
This is one of 15 new and noteworthy plants for 2012 showcased in the Garden Making feature garden at Canada Blooms 2012.
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New plants are tested for local growing conditions in trial gardens such as at the University of Guelph.
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How long does the cool Wave Pansies bloom
Beckie Fox says
The Cool Wave pansies are bred to be long blooming and heat resistant. If planted in spring, the pansies should bloom until frost. Fertilize regularly throughout the growing season and keep them watered.