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Planting seeds too early

Hello, I (stupidly, I think) planted seeds I got from a honesty plant, and pumpkin seeds from a pumpkin. I think I should have waited till spring? Anyway both of these seeds have taken really well in pots in my kitchen but now I don’t know what to do with them? Plant them out in garden? Separate into individual pots and leave in kitchen till spring? Any advice welcome! Thank you so much! Michelle


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#1 Comment By GKH_Susan On 11/08/2019 @ 12:11 am

I would put them in individual pots and winter them indoors till spring. The honesty plant is biennial and typically won't flower till the second year. If you wanted pumpkins for Halloween you could have waited till summer to plant. If you still have seeds you can save them.

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