Growing perennials from seed is a great way to save money and perhaps try varieties that you might not find at a nursery.
The varieties in this collection are just as easy to grow from seed as annuals and if sown early will flower in their first year. We start ours off in February using a propagator with bottom heat and have lots of flowers by July/August. Many of these first year flowering perennials are short lived so after a couple of years you will need to save their seed and sow again. The varieties that take two years before they flower are usually hardier and live for longer, they can be divided once they start to run out of steam.
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