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Question: I planted some pansy plants in the fall but they never seemed to catch hold and grow. They looked sick, and I decided in late January to replace some with new plants. Well, they looked good when I planted them, but within six weeks, they started dying. Within three weeks, most of them were dead. What do you think was my problem? I used a good potting soil in the bed. And I kept them watered good. What can I plant in the flowerbeds that will not catch the same disease as the pansies?

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