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Illoquin
Indianapolis, IN
(Zone 5b)

January 15, 2008
7:32 PM

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HI all, We need a thread on what annuals need a true head start. A 14-16 week head start.

So far we have:
Angelonias (serena)
Begonias
Geranium
Lisianthus (Eustoma)
Lobelia
Pentas
Vinca
Laurentia axillaris aka Isotoma axillaris aka Blue Star Creeper
There is one more, and I forget what it is, but it's little, and the garden centers usualy sell it as a premium plant in hanging baskets. Torenia? Does that need to be started really early?

PLEASE post. I know I am forgetting something(s)!

Thanks,
Suzy


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