Nasturtium and Lobelia from seed

man in a shedman in a shed Posts: 90

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Hi all , thought I would grow some nast/lob from seed this year for planting outside in pots . These have been inside on sunny sill , just read nasturtium should be planted in situ and don't like to be moved , what you reckon ? Also what to do with the Lobelia read that they should be pricked out soon as they show ! can't see how that's possible , should I let them get more established and prick them out in clumps ? Will the Nas survive outside ? (it's freezing here in s.yorks ) Thx

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  • B3B3 Posts: 5,157

    Be careful if the roots of nasturtium and it should be ok. If you've got some seeds left in the packet, poke a few into the ground where you'd like them to grow. Then you've got belt and bracesimage

    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • man in a shedman in a shed Posts: 90

    Thx , not ready for outside yet ? frost is forecast

  • B3B3 Posts: 5,157

    Keep them inside for a while if you can but you could sow some seeds outside now.

    Definitely keep the lobelia inside.

    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • man in a shedman in a shed Posts: 90

    ok thx

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