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Old December 5, 2017   #1
agee12
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Default Winter Sowing In A Mild Climate

I want to plant some herb and flower perennials and plan on trying winter sowing. I live in USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 8A and low temperatures in the winter can get as low as the single digits but it mostly stays above freezing - weather.com's almanac reports that the Historical Monthly Average for January is 52 degrees for the high and 34 degrees for the low in my area.

Are my conditions amenable to winter sowing? If not, what about other options like cold stratification?
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