Posted: 23/04/2016 at 19:38
Renata, you have them on saucers, so water in the saucer, not into the pot. Let the compost become dry to the touch before watering or until the plants flag a bit. They're very small. The foxgloves are suffering from scorch so keep them out of the sun through the window. You'll know when to pot them on if you look at the underside if the pot and the white roots will be visible through the drainage holes. As for the astilbe keep it out of direct sunlight and again water in the saucer, not from above. Although they are all hardy they're far too small to go outside. You'll need to grow them on for about a month before they'll be large enough to go outside. The astilbe needs about another month as well. Keep them in indirect sunlight if you can and when you repot them next (at least a few weeks), pot into 9cm pots individually. By mid June you should have reasonability sized plants which you can harden off outside before planting into your garden. When you pot the carnations on pinch out the growing point which will give you more flowering stems. Don't hesitate to ask more questions there's plenty of free advice here.