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as effective. You don't have to build a huge habitat – a small pile or rocks or logs in a sunny part of the garden will suffice. If you can, try to create the habitat alongside an area of long grass, so there are plenty of insects to eat, and further places
.Place a label in each pot if you are growing different varieties. If you are just growing one type, keep the pots in one labelled tray.Soak each pot well and let the water drain through. Then move the seedlings to a warm, sunny windowsill to maintain a
she hadn't dashed off into the depths. Today, though, when I nip out into the cold wilderness of my garden to have a little look around, I find there is a thin layer of ice on the pond.The rational part of me suspects that even though our pond is very
. Cover with a propagator lid or plastic film.Keep the tray on a sunny windowsill or in a heated propagator until germination. Thin seedlings to leave one or two per module.
by a few weeks to give you a regular supply of blooms.A sunny positionWell cultivated soilTrowelWatering canSecateursMarch - May30 minutesJuly - SeptemberIf you have raised cut flowers from seed, by late May, they should be ready to go outside