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does nasturtium keep ive got some off last year?
Trouble with ivy also is it tends to trap moisture and rot your shed faster.
Sweet peas, Begonia so far. Will be sowing lobelia the end of this month. Mainly sow in march however. I'm not sure if its too early I often find things this time of year struggle with lack of light and become leggy. I'm growing the begonia seeds under lights at the minute.
The heat in the shops of the ones in aldi wilkinsons tend to force them into growth a bit so have a good look at which ones you choose.
I am looking to try dwarf sweet peas this year as bedding. There are a few different variety's Bijou, cupid, little sweetheart and fantasia. Anyone got any opinions on which is best.
Don't worry had a good rummage to pick the best tubers. They had just been put out so I had a good choice
Well I got exactly what I wanted from B&M's only 2 pound a tuber and also got a couple from Homebase. Has buy 2 get 1 free offer so worked out just over 2 pound a tuber in there too.
I bought J Arthur bowers at Morrisons last year and although was a little more was pretty good.
No the sweet peas will be hardy enough to go outside now mine are in a unheated mini greenhouse its just they wont germinate without a little heat if they put straight outside this time of year. As soon as they germinate I put them outside as they get leggy otherwise indoors.
Sweet pea is another if you use a bit of heat indoors them put them in your grow house.