Is sowing seeds in cold weather a waste of time? + Does it risk killing the seeds?
Hi all, I was considering doing some greenhouse work while the outdoors is snow covered.
Quick question: Is it okay sow seeds in the greenhouse during the current very cold weather? In other words, if I sow them in pots "early", will they be happy sat there in the soil until the higher temperatures eventually activate them, or am I potentially damaging them by leaving them in the cold damp soil ungerminated (eg risk of rot?)?