My Sweet William gave a great display this year (planted May 2013). I cut them right back after flowering and they are sprouting again from around the base already to around 6" of bright green healthy growth
As it's a biennial will I get much of a show if I keep them for next year?
If so, I'd like to move them (they were labelled as annual dianthus....) when would be the best time?
They self-seeded freely so I've got 36 little-uns ready to grow on
Billericay - Essex
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