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Flowers To Sow In January

Discover the best flowers to plant in January with our guide to which seeds to sow this month. Winter is a quiet time in the garden but it's the ideal opportunity to get ahead with your spring sowing. Now is the time to start germinating flower seeds under glass – sweet peas, lobelia, japonica, dianthus, and lots more are best sown now for early flowering.

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Flowers to sow in January include antirrhinum, begonia, geranium, gloxinia, lobelia, sweet pea and verbena. Some perennial plants, such as anemone, auricular, aquilegia, hollyhock and kniphofia, can also be sown at this time.

Sweet peas that have been raised from autumn sowings can be encouraged to form side shoots by pinching out the seedling tips.

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

Head to our blog for more January gardening advice.