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Annuals: Help!!! What of these can be sowed now?

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David_V

October 10, 2001
7:11 PM

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I live in zone 8. I would be very grateful to anyone that says to me what could be sowed now from these list (I give only botanical names). Any help is more than welcome. Some are annuals, some perennials.

Achillea
Gypsofila paniculata
Campanula
Ammobium
Asclepias
Echinacea
Gaillardia
Lathyrus
Lunaria
Tanacetum coccineum
Saponaria officinalis
Scabiosa
Matthiola
Coreopsis
Gaura
Heliopsis
Perovskia
Platycodon
Doronicum
Erigeron
Lychis chalcedonica
Monarda
Pysostegia
Stokesia

Thank you so much!!!

David_V

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