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When should I sow stock seeds in a greenhouse? I've been told that they should be sow now, is that right?


  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Central Norfolk UKPosts: 58,865

    I wouldn't be sowing stocks until spring, and only then when temperatures are warming up  - I think I'm right in saying they need temperatures of around 20C to germinate so a heated propagator would be helpful if you're trying to get an early start. 

    I only grow the night scented stocks and direct sow them in the late spring where I want them to flower.

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