Hi all, I have bought 2 ladybird poppy plants from a local garden centre and I'm just wondering if it's too early to plant them out. Are they frost hardy? Thank you in advance of replies.
Sheffield, Derbyshire border.
They are and you can. [ unless they have been kept indoors, in which case they need hardening off ]
I am sure you know this, but they are annuals, so will die after flowering.
Save seed if you want more next year.
He calls her the chocolate girl
Cause he thinks she melts when he touches her
She knows she's the chocolate girl
Cause she's broken up and swallowed
And wrapped in bits of silver
Thanks very much for the prompt reply! Yes, I know they are annuals and will save the seed after flowering.