Posted: 10/04/2014 at 18:47
Sweet peas can be hardened off and put outside - mine have been planted out with no protection for a while - and you can direct sow some more now
All of the rest, with the exception of Morning Glory, are hardy and could be sown direct outside.
I would keep the greenhouse 'door' wide open in the daytime and 'ajar' at night - that will suit everything except the Morning Glory.
For the Morning Glory I'm afraid it's far too early - they really don't like cool weather and won't grow - if they are started off in the warm and then put outside in the cool the leaves turn white. I've not even sown mine yet and probably won't do so until the end of April/beginning of May. I'll then keep them indoors on the kitchen windowsill until mid June when they'll be planted outside. If I were you I'd get another packet of Morning Glory seeds and start another lot off on the kitchen windowsill (I used to have a Victorian terrace with a north-facing kitchen window - it is possible ) If both lots succeed you'll have double the Glory!!!