- Mar 26, 2017
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Hi! I'm brand new to this forum and I need a little bit of help. I planted a large seed tray full of pansies in mid-January, hoping that the flowers would bloom for a good amount of time throughout the spring and summer without any problems. I managed to grow six pansy seedlings and I transplanted them a few days ago, but I'm not seeing much progress or even a sign that they'll bloom. One in the center of my pot is also very leggy and completely flops over. I've read that pansies do better in cooler weather, but unfortunately where I live (central Florida, just on the halfway point between zones 9 and 10) has experienced quite a lot of heat lately, up to the mid-eighties during the afternoon. I'm afraid this is too hot for my pansies, but I have no place where they'll get proper sun inside (my window sills are very narrow). I've worked very hard on growing these, and they're my first attempt at growing anything since I was a kid, so I want to make sure that they do well. Any help would be appreciated, thank you!