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Viola x wittrockiana
Pansy

Pansy flowers may be single-colored, but are usually brightly bicolored or tricolored, with distinctive patterns to the markings on the five petals, which may resemble a catface or a smiling face. Pansies are cool-season, half-hardy perennials, and may be planted in Autumn with a mulch that overwinters some of them to rebloom the following Spring.


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