February is considered the best month for sowing vegetable crops and flowers. With proper care, the seedlings will be ready for planting in the soil or greenhouse by spring.
Of course, not all crops should be sown in the last month of winter. Pay attention to the recommendations of the seed manufacturer, which are written on the wrapper. There are such varieties as early ripening and late ripening. Therefore, if the plant is early ripening, it should be sown at the end of March or at the beginning of April.
Late-ripening tomatoes, bell peppers, and eggplants should be sown at the end of February, because these vegetables grow very slowly.
On the 20th of February, you can plant leeks, celery and basil.
Flowers to sow in February are lupine, begonia, lavender, daisies, verbena and primrose. If you take the berries, it is a remontant strawberry.
For better development of plants, do not forget to provide them with the proper light regime.