not always in a good way think im driving my kids mad lol, i know i will just have to learn as i go along, and already learnt not to overwater them as only have a few that have survived, i just thought plant everything in spring and everything will be fine but now i know its a lot harder, realised now autumn is time to plant too, then its about cold frames? can plastic green house act as one or i do have a brick shed with a window and even a spare bedroom if i need it for plants in the winter or is that daft idea of mine ?
Not daft at all, when I visited my parents their spare room is like a greenhouse, they had potatoes chitting, geraniums resting and they were storing apples in there.
My plastic greenhouse blew over this winter, so I have invested in a cold frame. Plastic greenhouses are good at bringing on plants early but not great against a truly hard frost.
Gardening is a massive learning curve, the first year is the hardest but after that only gets better.
I have not even sown my morning glory yet, they catch up really fast when it warms up. The longer I do this I appreciate each individual plant needs slightly different timing. The only seedlings I have put in the ground so far this year are sweet peas. Everything else is still indoors, in a cold frame or still on the patio.
Seeds are so exciting.
Morning glory are the only ones I would worry about.
Started too early-sweet peas need treating harshly-yours are molly-coddled-get them in the green house-do you have one?-to harden them off
As regards the rest-it might be best to start again-but you have to provide the right conditions to grow them on -a bedroom windowsill does not provide that
They need good light
All may not be lost though -at the pricking out stage bury the stems up to the first leaves-it works for some plants