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    The flower seed sowing thread 2019-ac00462e-c7c7-4e3e-99c5-96d2074063ff.jpgA pinch of Zaluzianskya sown far too soon as a test for viability. (Packet dated 2017)
    They came up very quickly.
    Now what the devil am I going to do with them!! Poor little half hardy things!
    Still at least I know that it will be worth sowing them later on when Spring is here.

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    Sowed some annual lupins, a packet of petunias, and geranium pratense (hardy mixed blues) seeds today, in pots on the windowsill.
    Endless wonder.

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    Sowed some own saved seed from last year. All from plants that did particularly well and that I have enough seed to have another go later on if it should go wrong!!
    Nicandra (shoo fly plant), Snapdragons, orange Calendula.
    Holding off to sow gomphrena strawberry fields because I havent got many of them to gamble with.
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    Sweet peas ( lots of them )
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    Quote Originally Posted by mothhawk View Post
    Sowed some annual lupins, a packet of petunias, and geranium pratense (hardy mixed blues) seeds today, in pots on the windowsill.
    I've never grown annual lupins but I've just got myself some. I hope they put on a good show - I love lupins.
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    Hmm, I've got didicus, nicotiana, bellls of Ireland...all half hardy. Sow now and keep on windowsills or wait? I need windowsills for my toms.
    Wondering if I get them germinated now indoors, would they be ok in the greenhouse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarlet View Post
    Hmm, I've got didicus, nicotiana, bellls of Ireland...all half hardy. Sow now and keep on windowsills or wait? I need windowsills for my toms.
    Wondering if I get them germinated now indoors, would they be ok in the greenhouse.
    Almost certainly be fine in the GH once they're germinated and in to growth - best to keep an eye on the weather forecast just to be on the safe side, and bring them in over night if we get any really frosty weather.
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