Hello all. Fairly newbie gardener here!
I have some shop-bought seedlings (stocks and antirrhinium) that I desperately want to plant out, but I've been putting it off because of the freezing night temperatures. Every morning I take them out for a bit of sunshine, and every night they go into the garage next to the compost bins, where it won't drop below freezing.
They're getting to be 3 inches tall now and could do with more soil. Trouble is, I have twenty-four of the damned things, and I don't want to have to plant them all in individual pots to be carted in and outdoors every day until the jet stream decides to move.
So, do I dare plant them into the ground yet, or should I just keep doing what I'm doing? I'm not well-equipped enough to have fleece or straw to place on the flowerbeds. But I do have some very attractive-looking (not) carrier bags!