#4 But start the year before
A Tinder profile for Biennials, how to grow & where to buy my favourites.
If Biennials were on tinder, their profile might read something like this:
“Loves planning ahead, takes time to get ready but worth the front end trouble. Copious reliable production. No diva demands or temper tantrums. Steady, dependable and consistent. Always performs, no matter what the weather or occasion. Quality, essential material for every occasion.”
Not really an immediate ‘swipe right’.
And unfortunately, biennials often do get overlooked for something a little more sparkly. I’m here to tell you why you want to give them some thought this week, how to grow them and where to buy some of my favourites. The future you will thank you for it.
We are on # 4 of my manifesto for Growing Cut Flower. #3. Is don’t start too early. This, #4 ‘but start the year before’.
Confused? Like many elements of growing cut flowers, the contradictions are rife.
You can start too early. And you can be too late. In this case, sow biennials now to be right on time.
The main things to remember are -
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