Canterbury Bells - Knowledgebase Question

Name: julie moen
La Mesa, Ca
Question by jewelz0013
October 21, 2009
I just sowed some Canterbury Bell seeds in starter packs, should I keep them outside to sprout, or keep them in the house? And, once the seedlings are started do I plant them in the garden, or plant in a pot and keep indoors?

Thankyou, Julie :0)

Answer from NGA
October 21, 2009


In your mild winter climate you can grow Canterbury Bells outdoors. I find the plants easy to grow by simply sowing the seeds directly outdoors in a prepared garden bed. If you've already started the seeds in trays or pots you can grow them indoors until they have 3 sets of leaves and then plant them outside in the garden. Or, you can plant each in it's own container and set the containers out on a deck or patio. Either way they should be just fine. Enjoy!

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