Trailing Pansies grows bigger, faster, and with better branching than a regular pansy. It’s like a pansy on steroids, trailing more than 2 feet from baskets, with larger leaves, wider flowers, and a more bushy habit. Pansies have heart-shaped, overlapping petals and one of the widest ranges of bright, pretty colors and patterns. Good for containers, borders, and as ground cover, they are a go-to flower for reliable color almost year-round. Pansies look pretty on their own in a monochrome scheme or in mixed colors; they also look pretty when planted with other cool-season flowers such as violas, primroses, trailing lobelia, and sweet alyssum. Pansies are a great addition to any garden that needs color added. Pansies come in assorted colors.