Sow the seeds 5mm deep in trays of moist compost, be careful not to over-water. Store in a warm place not in direct sunlight, and ensure the compost is kept moist. It is a good idea to cover with a clear plastic bag until the seeds germinate. Once the seedlings appear, remove the plastic. It is also useful to label the trays for future reference.
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 easily be damaged. Do not 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 outside. Harden off first.
Marigolds: April – May Nasturtium: March – May
Sunflowers: March – June Viola: May – June
Sow the seeds 0.5cm deep direct in flowering location, thin as necessary. Keep moist and weed free.
The Sunflower will require support.
To prolong flowering deadhead flowers when required.
Marigold Petite Mixed
(Tagetes patula nana)
Create a wonderful display of rich oranges and reds with these petite Marigolds which produce double pom-pom flowers. Ideal for mass planting.
Hardy Annual (Ht: 6" / 15cm)
Nasturtium Tom Thumb
These easy to grow plants provide large vivid blooms in bright reds, oranges and creams.
Hardy Annual (Ht: 9" / 22cm)
Viola Bambini Mixed
A beautiful petite, free flowering variety.
Perfect for edging, rockeries and pots.
Half Hardy Annual (Ht: 6" / 15cm)
Worlds Tallest Sunflower
Giant yellow flowers on tall strong stems, a must for your garden.
Hardy Annual (Ht: 72"+ / 166cm+)
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