The Q&A Archives: Flowers to Sow in Fall

Question: I had much success with your Larkspur and Shirley Poppy seeds which I planted in the FALL. Are there any other annual seeds (or perennial) that I could plant then also?
Thoroughly enjoyed your seeds.

Answer: I'm glad to hear that Burpee Seeds performed well for you! There are lots of ornamentals you can start from seed in fall: in early fall, sow seed of achillea, coneflower, delphinium, rose campion, pansies; right before hard frost, sow calendula, and annual dianthus. Burpee sells seed for all of these.

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