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Sweet annie seeds

Sow the seeds indoors in a flat of potting mix about two months before the last frost date. Press the seeds into the soil or just barely cover them, and keep the flat at 60°F to 70°F.
It sometimes takes a month for the small, feathery-leaved seedlings to appear. Pot up the seedlings when they’re about 2 inches high, and keep them indoors until all danger of frost has passed. Harden off the potted plants for at least a week, setting them outdoors in a protected area for a longer period each day, and then transplant to the garden.

Space the plants at least 3 to 4 feet apart in the garden so they’ll grow full and well branched.

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