Starting Seeds Indoors,February 20

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From Betty Crowther, Georgia Master Gardener:
Easy Annual Flowers to start from seed – *can also be sown directly outside after all danger of frost
Ageratum, angelonia, amaranth*, bachelor button*, calendula*, coleus, cleome*, celosia*, cosmos*, marigold*, morning glory (vine)*, nicotiana, petunia, salvia (many varieties), sunflower*, zinnia*
A Few Perennials that are easy from seed:
Achillea (yarrow), aquilegia (columbine), campanula (bellflower), coreopsis (tickseed), digitalis (foxglove), echninacea (purple coneflower), rudbeckia (blackeyed Susan), leucanthemum (Shasta daisy)
Month-by-Month Gardening in the Carolinas :   In the February chapter, Bob Polomski describes a simple do-it-yourself light stand for starting seeds indoors (page 32).