Sprinkle the seeds of the Lobelia & Petunia onto the surface of the soil and press down. Sow the Nasturtium & Marigold seeds 5mm deep in trays of moist compost, be careful not to over water. Store in a warm place, an airing cupboard is ideal. Ensure that the compost is moist at all times
When the seedlings are strong enough to handle, they can be transplanted into bigger pots or trays. Be careful when easing the roots out as they can be easily damaged. Don't overcrowd the plants. Keep the pots in a warm light position, and turn regularly. Once all chance of frost has passed the plants can be transplanted into growing beds or hanging baskets outside. Harden off first
Nasturtium & Marigold: March - May
Sow seeds 0.5cm deep direct in flowering location, thin as necessary. Keep moist and weed free
Lobelia Colour Cascade Mixed:
A superb trailing Lobelia. Will create a stunning display of white, red, blue and mauve flowers.
These easy to grow brightly coloured mix of flowers will brighten up any container. An attractive versatile plant
Marigold French Dwarf Double Mixed:
These dwarf compact flowers with their wonderful double heads will add a glorious mass of colourful flowers of yellows, red and oranges to your garden
Petunia Balcony Mixed:
A wonderful plant adding a welcome splash of colour to your garden. Attracts butterflies and bees
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