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Mags22 | 17:26 Fri 13th May 2022 | Home & Garden
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Is it too early to plant out bedding plants in sheltered courtyard in East Anglia?

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Not too early in a sheltered East Anglian courtyard in these days of climate change, no ...
22:04 Fri 13th May 2022
I would. We have been putting ours out for 2 weeks now (although we have been hardening them off for several weeks).
I have had mine out for over 4 weeks in NI
The norm is the last week in May, or first week of June. There is always the risk of frost up until then.
I'm in the east of Scotland and have just planted a few which are doing well.
If they are hardened off stick them in but just keep your eye on overnight temps.
I was always told'not before Whitsun'.
The old uns tell us that May 15th is safe, but this is E. Yorkshire. I'd havethought you'd be OK in a sheltered spot.
Not too early in a sheltered East Anglian courtyard in these days of climate change, no ...
I’m in East Anglia and I’d say it’s fine, especially in a sheltered courtyard. I used to wait until the Bank Holiday weekend just to be clear if those cold nights but there’s no need this year.

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