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(Carisa) Raleigh, NC
(Zone 7b)

April 1, 2013
7:02 PM

Post #9469229

I have several annuals that I bought from Annie's annuals. They are hanging out on my front covered porch. Really want to get them in the ground, but it has been a sllloooowww spring in coming! It was 70 degrees today in the Raleigh/Durham, nc area. Supposed to drop again tomorrow to a couple of days of high 50s and low of 34 for two nights, then climb back up, hopefully for the season. Do you think I can go ahead and plant my annuals out tomorrow with the two 34-degree nights coming and they do fine or should I wait some more. These guys have been in pots for weeks and they are ready to break free! These are the annuals I have:

Platystemon cream cups
Nemophila penny black & Baby blue eyes
Cerinthe major blue honeywort

Thanks for the advice!

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