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Hello everyone.

My name is Cambell, a UK-based gardener. Nice to meet you all .

It's next to impossible to find someone who doesn't appreciate pansies and violas. And for good reason. Lately, I've been shooting quite a few photos of my own violas and pansies - and it got me thinking - why don't I share the beauty with some fellow gardeners? The result is this article about pansies and violas.

Hope it would be of some interest for you people, but what would be even more enjoyable - I would love it if the article initiates a discussion and you share your photos, tips, experience, etc when it comes to growing violas and pansies, for these flowers are truly special and beauty must be shared.

Wish you a pleasant day.

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So what uses do you find for these plants in a permaculture setting? Are they edible? Or do they have other virtues?
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