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Marigolds and nasturtiums: should it be sown every year?

marigold (Calendula officinalis) such as nasturtium dwarf or climbing species that are called annuals. This means that they only live a single year. They germinate in spring, grow, flower, produce seeds, often in great quantity, and die at the end of the season, usually at the arrival of the first cold.

Seedlings

It is therefore unfortunately not possible out of the sow every year as soon as the soil is sufficiently warmed up, in April or may depending on the regions. Unless of planting so-called natural, derived from seeds of the previous years to make them reappear spontaneously in the next year in your flower beds and massive. Or, in the case of worry, if the winter is very mild, offering them a reprieve of a few months.

Cosmos, eschscholzias, zinnias, lavatères, tobacco, ornamental, sunflowers, giants, or dwarves, ipomées, sweet peas: many ornamental plants are annuals not to mention, on the side of the garden, the beans, peas or lettuces . Good spring seedlings!

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