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Nov 30, 2021 12:18 AM CST
Name: david sevitt
jerusalem israel
hi there i have a list of annual seeds to sow in September missed it a bit and December is tomorrow........
but i have a drive to go wild and sow many colorful flowers for spring.this is the list i am going to look for in the nursery.i know that seedlings have hardened and maybe can go through the winter stronger as an alternative.but the experience is different.. Jerusalem .no winter yet.
African daisy.California poppy .Clarkia. English daisy. Flax. Gaillardia. Larkspur. Nigellia. Marigold. Nemesia. Salpiglossis. Pansy. Petunia. Phlox. Rudbeckia. Snapdragon. Stock. Sweet allysum. Toad flax. Verbena. i do not have a green house and all my plants grow on outdoor verandas .i have 2 cats and a dog.the cats like to nible on the leaves 'so i want to get the process to be slow and to plan whatever protection i need 'slowly.the thought of putting nylon sheets over is an option although i am not sure about the night under 0 centigrade that may appear in January-February
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Nov 30, 2021 8:15 AM CST
Name: stone
near Macon Georgia (USA) (Zone 8a)
Garden Sages Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Plant Identifier
Many of the plants mentioned would be direct seeded in my garden like a month or two ago... now would work too...

not great candidates for inside pot culture.

African daisy.California poppy .Clarkia. English daisy. Flax. Gaillardia. Larkspur. Nigellia. Marigold. Nemesia. Salpiglossis. Pansy. Petunia. Phlox. Rudbeckia. Snapdragon. Stock. Sweet allysum. Toad flax. Verbena.


plant seed in warm weather: African daisy. Clarkia. Gaillardia. Marigold.

plant seed in cold: California poppy English daisy Larkspur. Pansy. Rudbeckia. Toad flax.

The others? not sure... I've had flax show up in my garden from the horse poop, so probably winter also... maybe a web search for better info?
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Nov 30, 2021 8:59 AM CST
Name: david sevitt
jerusalem israel
wow
thanks for your response.that was very helpful
david
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