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Debor4hDebor4h Posts: 4
Hi all, I have bought 2 ladybird poppy plants from a local garden centre and I'm just wondering if it's too early to plant them out. Are they frost hardy? Thank you in advance of replies.


  • punkdocpunkdoc Sheffield, Derbyshire border.Posts: 11,678
    They are and you can. [ unless they have been kept indoors, in which case they need hardening off ]
    I am sure you know this, but they are annuals, so will die after flowering.
    Save seed if you want more next year.
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  • Debor4hDebor4h Posts: 4
    Thanks very much for the prompt reply! Yes, I know they are annuals and will save the seed after flowering.
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