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bazabaza Posts: 670

Hello Everyone

This cold snap has wiped out my nasturtiums . They were coming on great but the cold has shrivilled the leaves.Will they grow back or they no good and should i start again



  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Posts: 83,979

    Haven't sown mine yet - there are some advantages to being old enough to have seen most of it before image

    Pop some seeds in pots, then if the frosted ones don't survive you'll have some replacements.

    Gardening in Central Norfolk on improved gritty moraine over chalk ... free-draining.

  • bazabaza Posts: 670

    Hope so Verdun they were just starting to grow great in the flower boxes then this cold snap happens .Dissapointed but i'll take your advice and wait



  • bazabaza Posts: 670

    I'll do that also dovefromabove thanks

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  • It's a May job here, even then that's kind of chancing it when the last frost date is mid-June. Expect more of this type of irregular weather event in the future if the hydrocarbon addicts don't sort themselves out.

  • Tropical SamTropical Sam Posts: 1,488

    If it is just the leaves that were zapped then they do regrow, if the stem is zapped then I have never seen them grow from roots so suggest to try some more seed.

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