Soak the area where you wish to plant them and then loosen up the dirt. Add moisture soil to the regular soil. The moisture soil you find at Home Depot helps your flowers retain water. I would not place them in direct sun because it will burn them. Semi-shade is fine because of the temperature. Water as directed.
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