A Pansy Box to hold twelve blooms should be 13 inches long x 9 inches wide, and the case for holding the stand, with a cover to fit after the blooms are placed, should measure over all 4 inches at back and 3 inches in front. The box should be in two parts. The part on which the blooms are laid should be made separate from the box that holds the stand, and on a level with the rim of the outer case, the holes to be 3 inches each way distant, and to be of an oval form, and the tubes for holding the water should be 1 deep, and of a circular form and soldered to the bottom of the oval holes. Care should be taken that the tubes should have a good slope to front at the bottom, and not to be filled more than two parts of water when the blooms are put in.