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Annuals: My annuals for this year.

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sheila
Wigan, Landcashire
United Kingdom

February 18, 2002
6:36 PM

Post #23414

Well i have now bought the annuals(seeds) so i hope to start sowing them in trays etc, i never plant hardy annuals in the ground here in England find with our rainy weather they rot away.So heres my list of Hardy and half-hardy.
Tagetes Lemon Gem,
Cosmos-different colours,
Godetias,
Larkspur,
Nigella,
Californian poppys(loves these cheery flowers),
Rudbeckias(annual),
Viscaria,
African and French Marigold.

I plant a load of nastutiums as well have collected loads of seeds from last year. So happy seedsowing to you all

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