how to sow a little flower magic in your garden this summer…
Step 3: don your wellies and get digging (or skip this step if you have a handy Grandad available to do the hard graft for you – and in his own garden no less so the ongoing success of Step 7 is ensured)
Step 6: water the entire area gently taking care not to puddle the soil (or sow on a wet day and let nature do it’s thing!). Ensure the seed doesn’t dry out especially in the crucial first two weeks when the seed is germinating (when the coir turns light brown you know it’s time to water)
Step 7: entrust to the care of custodian gardeners aka Nana and Granddad
The first shoots have already appeared after just a week of sunshine. We can expect the first flowers within 6 weeks from a variety of these early blooming flowers: Stock, Allysum, Morning Glory, Toadflax, Corncockle and Dianthus. The late bloomers that may continue to flower into October include Silene, Love in a Mist, Viscaria, Godetia, Candytuft and Cosmos.
A few months later … easy peasy Flower Magic results
Disclosure: I was sent a free sample of Miracle Gro Flower Magic.
I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions are my own.