begonia and impatients - Knowledgebase Question

Honeoye Falls, NY
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Question by sweitzer
November 2, 1997
When should begonias and impatiens be started indoors?
Will you have seeds available soon?

Answer from NGA
November 2, 1997
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.

You can call Burpee s order department at 1-800-888-1447 to inquire about ordering.

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