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What is the difference between a hardy and a half-hardy annual?
Posted by Dobies Staff on 18 December 2013 12:17 PM

Hardy annuals are sown outdoors in late March and April when conditions allow and in some cases a sowing can be made outdoors during September for early flowering.  

Half-hardy annuals require warmth to develop.  The seeds are sown in a greenhouse or indoors on a windowsill normally from January to April depending on the item being sown. 

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