Transition to Summer Annuals
Q: My pansies are at their peak but I know that I have to soon make room for summer annuals. Is there a optimum time to start this transition?
A: I think when air temperatures are in the lower 70’s and soil temperatures are in the mid-60’s would be the time your pansies will start stretching out and fading. That’s when you can plant summer annuals. It’s easy to find local soil temperatures at georgiaweather.net.