That's what I do, here in New England. I start it in the house near the end
of March and then plant outside in May.
> You could try starting millet indoors in the spring and then
> transferring it outside in June? July? If I remember correctly you guys
> have the same sort of weather that we have in NF, except without the snow.
> >>Our millet crop is just about ready and I have been giving some to our
> >>cockatiels. The millet is supposed to be picked, then dried, then fed to
> >>birds, but they love it fresh off the plant! They eat everything
> >>the stem!
> >>We grew a 10x20 area of millet this year (spaced 8" apart) and we will
> >>probably have enough millet to last through the winter!
> >>Anyone else growing millet? It is real easy to grow, we got enough seeds
> >>from 1 piece of store bought millet! I will be growing it every year
> >>now on.
> > I would love to be able to grow it but I understand it needs a long hot
> >sunny summer, and I have to face the fact that here in UK that is just
> >likely :-(
> >I wonder if I could try some in the greenhouse or a sheltered area.
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