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I brought back to uk many seeds from my osteospurnum plants in Spain. In Spain they thrive on neglect and grow like weeds.

I potted them up in June and they have all come up, they are about 6-8 inches tall now and still in the pots. I have a lot.

Should I put them in the garden or leave them in the pots?

I  go back to spain end of september. My garden soil is black and quite wet at times.


  • Ladybird4Ladybird4 Third rock from the sunPosts: 17,661

    Hi sueandsyd. Not all Osteospermums are hardy so I wouldn't risk leaving yours in the garden - better to leave them in pots and keep them sheltered just in case.

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