Answer: I always consider it a bonus when pansies survive the winter and continue to bloom inspite of the odds! Since you planted them in the fall, they're probably winter pansies. These little guys (and gals) do best in cool temperatures. Pinch them back to encourage additional bloom and to keep the plants compact. As weather warms in spring they'll slow and eventually stop blooming. As they begin to yellow and die away replace them with new summer-blooming plants.
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