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Flowers To Sow In February

Wondering which flowers to sow in February? It can prove a busy time of the year for gardeners as it’s time to make early sowings of many summer bedding plants, such as geranium, petunia, impatiens (busy lizzie) and nicotiana along with some perennials. Browse our February flower seeds below. 

Wondering which flowers to sow in February? It can prove a busy time of the year for gardeners as it’s time to make early sowings of many summer bedding plants, such as geranium, petunia, impatiens (busy lizzie) and nicotiana along with some perennials. Browse our February flower seeds below. 

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Wondering which flowers to sow in February? During February, sowings can be made in a propagator, in a heated greenhouse or on a windowsill at a temperature of approximately 21ºC (70ºF), of many summer bedding plants. Take care not to sow too thickly or over-water, as this can lead to the seedlings damping off (small patches of them suddenly dying for no apparent reason). 

Take a look at our propagators and propagation equipment to get the most from your seeds.

Many people find that it's best to pour the seed into the palm of their hand first, rather than sowing it directly from the packet. If the seed is very fine, it can be mixed with silver sand to make it easier to sow thinly and evenly across the surface of the compost.

Head to our blog for more February gardening advice.

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