Gallardia

brian_ouimet(5 Ont)March 7, 2009

Hi Folks;

I have saved some Gallardia seeds from last year kept them cool all winter now I am wondering when is the best time to plant them under lights. Thanks

Brian

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homemommy

You could start them now. However I would recommend winter sow them, throw them in a container outdoors. (There is a winter sowing forum). Blanket flower always volunteers around my yard, it does very well growing from seed outside. this way you can avoid the hassels of growing them under lights...

    Bookmark   March 8, 2009 at 9:47AM
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