When to Plant Perennials Grown From Seed

Most perennials grown from seed can be planted in the garden after the average final frost date for your area. Once your garden is frost-free, you can safely plant your perennials. Some late-summer or fall-flowering perennials should be planted in the spring, according to the Virginia Cooperative Extension, but they will need enough time to become established before cold weather.

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