Plant It in January

Plant in the winter for early spring starts

In January, with the holidays over and a New Year begun, many of us are tired of the dark and cold and can´t wait to get started with a new growing season. As long as the ground is workable, the following plants can be sown or planted in the open ground.


SOW IN OPEN GROUND - Abronia, Ageratum, Alyssum, Antirrhinum, Arctotis, Bellis, Calendula, Calliopsis, Callistephus, Carnation, Centaurea, Chrysanthemum, Clarkia, Cleome, Collinsia, Convolvulus, Coreopsis, Cosmos, Dahlia, Dimorphotheca, Eschscholtzia, Gilia, Godetia, Gomphrena, Gypsophila, Larkspur, Linaria, Lupine, Mallow, Mimulus, Nasturtium, Petunia, Phacelia, Phlox, Pinks, Primula, Scabiosa, Stevia, Sweetpea, Verbena.

PLANTS - Alyssum, Antirrhinum, Arctotis, Bellis, Calendula, Canterburybells, Carnation, Centaurea, Coreopsis, Cynoglossum, Dimorphotheca, Heuchera, Iceland Poppy, Geum, Myosotis, Pansies, Petunia, Primula, Pinks, Scabiosa, Stocks, Verbena, Viola.

BULBS-CORMS-TUBERS - Alstroemeria, Anemone, Babiana, Calochortus, Gladiolus, Haemanthus, Ixia, Leucocoryne, Leucojum, Montbretia, Spartaxis, White-calla.

DIVISION OR CLUMPS - Acanthus, Agapanthus, Amaryllis, Aster, Dicentra, Gazania, Hemerocallis, Hollyhock, Japanese Iris, Sedum, Daisy, Shasta, Periwinkle, Thalictrum, Thyme, Torch-lily.

To create gardening areas, a qualified landscape pro at UpdateRenovate can help with the heavy lifting.

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