Pansies and Alyssum are perfect Spring flowers. They are fairly hardy (keep above freezing!), display a variety of colors and patterns, and will make the entire space smell amazing. Here are some of our favorite ways to arrange Pansies and Alyssum together, whatever your style!
Use a Basket as a Planter
A tried and true method, you can’t go wrong with potted Pansies and Alyssum. Try this fun French Country style basket!
Keep it Classic
Add interest with a classic glazed outdoor planter using a spike to add height and flowing Pansies and Alyssum for movement.
Sometimes less is more. Keep things simple and fresh with a warm clay pot and a small bunch of Alyssum.
If you love thrift store shopping, you’ll love this. Use an old steel or copper tea pot, gravy dish, or flowering can for a pot. This technique adds a lot of character for a fun Shabby Chic look.
Hang it Up
Pansies and Alyssum add a special flow to any hanging basket. Hang them anywhere, including right on your front porch. You’ll delight your guests and family by creating a clean, warm space from the time they enter the door.
What are your favorite ways to arrange these beautiful spring flowers?