Starting the garden from seed is always economical, but you can make the most of your gardening time and money this season by following five easy tips: label every seed you sow to prevent misidentification; choose seed varieties that are on sale or part of money-saving collections; build a safety net into your transplant schedule to prevent losing plants to late frosts; harden off seedlings before transplanting them; and continue to sow seeds indoors year-round.
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Several species of Fritillaria are ideal for use in the sunny to partly shaded garden. Naturalizing freely, they release a musky odor that discourages repels animals. Unusual dangling blooms and carefree growth make them a fascinating addition to the landscape. Crown Imperial, Persian Fritillary, and Guinea Hen Flower are all splendid choices for long-lasting beauty and garden protection.