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Fall Planted Annuals

These cool-season flowers prefer growing in colder weather and can survive temperatures down to the single digits. Plant them anytime from mid September through October.

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    Pansy, Spreading, Plentifall Mix, , large

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    Fragrant pansies for hanging baskets and borders.

    $12.95
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  • Viola, Skippy Mix, , large

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    Stunning array of shades and bicolor blooms.

    $3.95
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  • Pansy, Yellow Blotch, , large

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    The bright yellow flower is visible from long distance, it's that spectacular.

    $12.95
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  • Viola, Amber Kiss, , large

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    Bold color and knock-out fragrance!

    $4.95
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  • Pansy, Panola Purple Face , , large

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    White with deep purple blotch.

    $12.95
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  • Pansy, Sunrise, , large

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    Perfectly named with the colors of a morning sky.

    $12.95
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    Sweet Pea, Erewhon, , large

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    Bicolor combination with standard petals in pale pink and wing petals in blue.

    $4.95
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  • Pansy, Panola Pink Shades Mix, , large

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    Variety of pink shades with red whiskers.

    $12.95
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    Viola, Psychedelic Spring , , large

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    Violas dazzle in delicious colors;good enough to eat.

    $5.95
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  • Pansy, Panola Sunburst , , large

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    Scarlet background with golden face and whiskers.

    $12.95
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  • Viola, Sorbet Denim Jump Up, , large

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    Great garden performance in all types of weather.

    $12.95
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    Pansy, Spreading, Plentifall White, , large

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    Fragrant pansies for hanging baskets and borders.

    $12.95
    Plants
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