Sweet Peas in an unheated greenhouse?
After watching Gardeners World a couple of weeks ago, they said "if you don't do anything else this week, make sure you sow your sweet pea seeds for an early start next year". So off I went to the garden centre and bought some seeds and put them in so that I would have some early plants for the coming year. Well, they have already come up and the roots are beginning to come through the peat pots. Surely this means that when we get frost, my new seedlings will die.
I have a greenhouse, but it is unheated. What now? As I am a novice gardener, any advice would be very helpful.
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- 28 Oct, 2008