Posted: 15/04/2014 at 08:46
Hanging basket sweet peas, now there's a thought for next summer
OL - I'm not too keen on them TBH, but I have made them up for friends. Having said that, it is useful to be able to make-up your baskets in October and keep them overwinter in the greenhouse i.e. the seed can be sown directly into the baskets.
Just wanting to ask will I be alright planting out my sweet peas I sowed in mid February they have 3 pairs of leaves now. I am growing spencer special, knee high and cupid. They have been in a cold frame since germination.
Thanks for any help
No reason at all why not, cairnsie.
rosemummy wrote (see)
hi david if you read this, my sweet peas benn out 2-3 weeks and most are bushing out a little but none are much taller than when i put them in, is this right? anything i should feed yet?
Rosemummy - Unless they seem to be sickly, they will be just fine....they will amaze you when they do take off.
Don't feed them until they are producing flowers.