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When can I plant out primroses?

Posted by heavenlyfarm 6 (free2be_any1@yahoo.com) on
Tue, Jan 21, 14 at 15:33

Hi,
First time posting on this forum! Lol. anyways, my mother had gotten several primroses (primula) that were discounted at the grocery store and I was wondering when is the earliest I can move them outside and get them planted? I do like primroses but not as a houseplant and would like to get them outside as soon as possible :) Even tho it is way to cold still, I figure today is a good day for relaxing and getting ideas/research done!
~Michael


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RE: When can I plant out primroses?

As soon as all this snow melts and the soil is workable


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RE: When can I plant out primroses?

Sounds good! Lol tho that may be awhile....ugh more snow this weekend! Will I need to harden them off or can I just plant them out when the soil is workable and they will come back.....I'm looking to get them moved outside without much fuss lol hardening off is tedious for me lol
~Michael


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