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    Default Pansies frozen

    Anyone elses Pansies frozen, mine have gone right over

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    Not exactly Fruit orientated, But Mine have 12" of snow on them, so i'm guessing, yes

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    I moved this over to the flower section. My pansies are limp and sad looking atm, they will recover
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    mine are as flat as grass!

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    just noticed some new growth on mine

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    Pansies all up and smiling again in fact putting out new flower buds. lets hope there is not more snow on the way

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    Snow is an excellent insulator and with the amount we've had recently. the frost shouldn't have done too much damage - unless you are a water pipe in Northern Ireland of course.

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    i have some in a hanging basket that you plant in the sides aswell as up top and the ones in the sides have just drooped right down, no spring in them at all.
    Will they come back?

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