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  • Growing Canterbury Bells Flowers from Seed – Cut Flower Garden

    This year, one of my main goals was to grow as many new-to-me flowers as possible. Last year, I had accidentally grown one canterbury bells plant. So, I wanted to make sure to grow multiple (on purpose) this time around. Since these plants are biennial (blooming the second year), I began the process of seed sowing around the end of September. Here in Kentucky, zone 6b/7, these plants will overwinter without issue or protection. Sowing the seeds is also a simple process. All I did to start the seeds was fill a seed tray with moist potting mix. I then surface sowed the seeds and left them in a warm…