I have a bunch of packets of seeds, Shasta Daisies & Black-Eyed Susans. Both perennials. I realize it's really late to plant them, but I've had them for a long time and at this point I think it would be better to plant them late, than never. On the back of the packet it says to start them indoors, in seedling trays 10 weeks before planting outdoors. Then it says to move them into a sheltered area outside before transplanting the seedlings to the ground. Is all this just because most people would do this in the Spring when there's still risk of frost? Can't I just plant the seeds directly in the ground since it's so late in the season? It also says to space the seedlings 10" apart. I have a very natural garden, things just growing randomly and naturally. I don't really need to space them, do I? I just wanna go dump them in the soil and see what happens, but I don't want to totally waste them either. I guess I'm asking if all these directions are really necessary, and also if there's any harm in planting them mid-summer like this. Maybe I won't get full blooms this year, but they'd still grow and come back next year, right? I know, I'm garden illiterate and garden lazy.