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Silverbride White Pansy

Silverbride White Pansy

This Swiss giant Silverbride White Pansy reaches 3 inches across and features a white bloom with a purple blotch. The Viola Swiss giant is known for its large flowers and dark blotches in the center, and it is one of the largest Pansy flowers available. Pansy plants are great performers in the garden. Pansy Swiss Giants Silverbride will light up your garden bed with its beautiful color contrast tones. Silvery-white faces showcase purple-blue patches hovering slightly over the blanket of green foliage beneath.
Pansies are a rare flower because they are available in a wide variety of blues along with many other colors. The yellow or blue pansy flowers seem to have the strongest scent. Traditional meanings of flower colors also hold true for pansies (red and violet mean passion, yellow means having a bright disposition or happiness, blue equals calmness and trustworthiness, pink denotes innocence, orange is a welcoming warm color, but the color white means lets take a chance. So, if you were to offer a bouquet of white pansies edged in violet you could secretly be saying let’s take a chance (white) on my passionate feeling towards you (red portion of violet) because I trust (blue portion of violet) you with my feelings.
Pansy colors are infinite in either tri-color, solids or bi-colors. Some varieties are in beautiful pastel shades of apricot, peach and shell pink denoting a gentle tenderness towards another person. Blue is generally an uncommon color in flowers except pansies, which have pastel shades of blue, violet blues, dark blues and true blues. Color meaning in pansies can be very simple or complex. Other colors in pansies include burgundy, deep orange, copper, purple, light purple, black, white and subtle variations of these colors.