Sowing hardy annuals outside now!
Some cut flowers grown from seed are hardy and can be sown in late summer, autumn or early spring. The advantage is that they flower as early as May, thus closing the important gap between spring-flowering plants such as tulips and the classic summer flowers. It is magical every time poppy blossoms unfold or nigellas present themselves in their graceful form.
Seeding in late summer can be done outside. However, we still recommend sowing the young plants in their own pots first and placing them in the bed later. Important: Start in a covered place so that the seedlings are protected from rain. If you missed the sowing in August/September, you can also start sowing indoors from February and then plant the seedlings in the garden from the end of March.