The Q&A Archives: begonia and impatients

Question: When should begonias and impatiens be started indoors?<br>Will you have seeds available soon?

Answer: Sow both impatiens and begonia seeds indoors about 12 weeks before the last frost. Do not cover seeds, since they need light to germinate. Maintain a temperature of 70 to 75F, and germination should take place in 15-20 days.<br><br>You can call Burpee s order department at 1-800-888-1447 to inquire about ordering.<br><br>

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