Posted: 08/03/2014 at 08:21
thanx nutty,,,i can see some signs of life just about but other looking a bit brown & lifeless.
I didn't know that about annuals so in theory if looked after any annual will flower again & again?
No - what Nutcutlet said was:
A lot of plants grown as annuals are really perennial, they die at the end of the season because they're not hardy.
See my bold italics. Nut said 'a lot' not 'all'. True annuals only last one year - that's why they're called 'annuals'.
if mine survive the winter does anyone know if they are ok to divide?
If there are several stems coming from the roots you may be able to divide nemesia - never tried it myself. But some bedding plants are grown as little clumps of several plants - think nemesia is sometimes grown like this, so you may be able to split it up anyway.
Let us know.