The Q&A Archives: Planting Annuals

Question: Can annuals seeds be started outdoors after the late frost is over?

Answer: Many types of annuals can be started outdoors successfully right around the last expected frost date. Use the seed packet as a guide for the timing since some require a warm soil to germinate (such as cosmos) and others (such as sweet peas)needed to be planted earlier in the season.

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