by aditya abhishek
If you are looking for flowering plants that you can start growing in September, then here is the list of flowering plants that you can grow from seeds in September.
One of the most common and beautiful winter flowering plant is marigold that you can grow from seeds in September. They are drought tolerant and require moderate care.
September to October is the best time to sow seeds of dahlia for getting flowering from December to April. You can sow them in well-drained potting mix.
Aster flower comes in shades of white, pink to blue. You can start sowing aster seeds in September. Use potting mix prepared by 40% cocopeat + 40% compost + 20% river sand.
If you are willing to add a variety of colours to your garden, then you can start sowing seeds of petunia in September. They also grow well in hanging baskets.
Sow seeds of pansy from September to October, and your garden will look as if 100s of butterflies have found a new home because the flower of pansy looks like butterflies.
Alyssum is a fragrant flowering plant that comes in shades of white, pink and purple. You can grow alyssum from seeds in September. Seeds germinate within 7 to 14 days.
Geraniums are a group of wonderful flowering plants that you can grow in small to medium-sized pots. Some people also love to keep them in hanging baskets.
Dianthus also known as "Sweet William" is a beautiful small, fragrant winter flowering plant that you can grow from seeds from September to October.
Celosia also known as "Cock's Comb" or "Velvet Flower" is a beautiful flowering plant that blooms during spring season. You can start sowing celosia seeds in September.
If you are looking for winter flowering plant that can also do well under indirect sunlight, then you can start growing Chrysanthemums in September from stem cuttings.
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