Black eyed Susan seedlings

Asked October 9, 2018, 9:23 AM EDT

I was hoping to add black eyed Susan’s to my gardens and started them from seeds in trays. Unfortunately I started them late and they are now only about 3 inches tall. With fall setting in what is the best way to care for these seedlings now? Or is it too late to get them thru the winter?

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1 Response

You can plant them in your garden right now. They should be able to get established before the ground freezes (even with frosts before).