Tina_i_amTina_i_am Posts: 177
Hi, BIANNUAL'S... I think I understand, these are seeds I sow now and by next year they are ready to plant out and flower, is that right? If I were to sow some now, what do I do with them, do I just keep them in the greenhouse till next year?I live in the north east and my greenhouse in unseated. Thanks in advance


  • sotongeoffsotongeoff Posts: 9,806

    Biennials to be precise-usually things like wallflowers, foxgloves, sweet williams you sow now and they flower in around 12 months-you do not have too keep them in the greenhouse in fact it is best they are grown outside- then if you have nice sturdy plants they can be planted out in the autumn

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