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You have done it absolutely correct, Victoria.
Take heed posters...David K is "the man" when it comes to sweet peas.
I potted mine up yesterday into three inch pots. These are my autumn sown ones, first time I have sown in autumn.
I always give mine a little tripod so they have somewhere to go!
It takes a while but it's worth it and stops them getting too straggly. I plant them out with the tripods still in place.
i shall be sowing more this week so will be able to compare how the two lots compare. People say that autumn sown ones do better - but I'm not so sure. What do the rest of you think?
Hi flower lady. I started mine autumn for the first time too, in tall paper tubes They have done well, having survived being turned upside down when their mini greenhouse blew over - 3 times throughout the winter! Debating what to Do with them now, as they are quite big an sturdy but I don't think I should plant out yet. Thinking of putting three tubes into a larger pot with a mini wigwam......
Caroline I'm sure this thread will help if not ask a question on it
I'm the same Caroline. Mine are doing well, but is it too early to pot up for outside?