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Can I still plant perennails from seed?

Posted by burry 7 Maryland ( on
Sun, Jun 19, 11 at 15:20

I meant to post this earlier, but don't see it......I'd like to start perennials and biennials from seed in my garden. I have a spot for a "nursery" and then I could move them in the fall. Will they grow enough before the frost?

Also when is the best time to spread my foxglove and columbine seeds?

Thanks for all advice.

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RE: Can I still plant perennails from seed?

the general answer is yes...go ahead & plant.
Foe specific help go to the winter planting forum on the garden web...

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