The Q&A Archives: Sowing Perennial Seeds In The Fall

Question: I know that late winter/early spring is the best time to start perennials from seed. But can I start them indoors and keep them growing indoors all winter until spring? Are there any plants that this can be done to?

Answer: Yes, any plants may be grown indoors through the winter provided you have an indoor location with plenty of light and fairly warm temperatures. If the location lacks light intensity, your seedlings will tend to become weak and spindly.

Good luck with the head start on spring!

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