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Flowers To Sow In March

Find out which flowers to plant in March with our guide to this month's sowing. Early spring is the time to propagate a plethora of seeds ready for summer flowering. Make sure you sow marigolds, sweet peas, delphiniums, and sunflowers now, along with a host of other lovely varieties of flowering plants. For more information about when to sow your favourite flower seeds, make sure you visit our 'when to sow flower seeds' page for a month-by-month guide to help you plan your borders, pots, containers, and hanging baskets.

Find out which flowers to plant in March with our guide to this month's sowing. Early spring is the time to propagate a plethora of seeds ready for summer flowering. Make sure you sow marigolds, sweet peas, delphiniums, and sunflowers now, along with a host of other lovely varieties of flowering plants. For more information about when to sow your favourite flower seeds, make sure you visit our 'when to sow flower seeds' page for a month-by-month guide to help you plan your borders, pots, containers, and hanging baskets.

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Wondering which flowers to sow in March? Seed sowing is at its height this month, as most of the summer bedding plants can now be sown.

Indoors, flowers to sow in March include half-hardy annuals such as ageratum, impatiens (busy lizzie), cosmea, gazania, petunia, lobelia and marigold can be sown in the heated greenhouse or indoors.

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

Outdoors, provided soil conditions are not too cold and wet, flowers to sow in March include many hardy annuals. Suitable plants for sowing where they will flower include the following popular items: calendula, clarkia, larkspur and nigella. Sweet pea plants are happy to be situated in sunny borders remembering to tie stems onto supports which will encourage quicker climbing and flowering.

Head to our blog for more March gardening advice.