How to plant out half-hardy annuals

Find out how to plant out half-hardy annuals such as cosmos, cerinthe and tithonia, in this quick video.

Grown from seed, half hardy annuals such as cosmos, cerinthe and tithonia can be planted out in June. They're perfect for bringing lasting colour to beds and borders, and will help to attract a host of beneficial insects to your garden.

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