Perennial Plants

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Dottie May

Perennial Plants

A little while back I bought some perennial mini plugs - Lavender, Coreopsis, Penstemons and Rudebekia(sp). I've grown these on in the greenhouse and transferred them to larger pots (cardboard type) which can be put straight into the garden. They are now strong plants and I'm wondering if I can plant them out into the garden or do I have to over Winter them and plant out in the Spring. My greenhouse isn't heated and small so I'm not sure if I will be able to save them. Any advice would be appreciated.

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sandra

Perennials

I'd plant them out Dottie. They are all pretty hardy and should have settled in before any hard frost in my opinion.

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Dottie May

Perennial Plants

Many thanks Sandra. Beautiful day here today but other things to do so if the weather holds out tomorrow I'll plant them out then.

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Dottie May

Perennial Plants

Many thanks Sandra. Beautiful day here today but other things to do so if the weather holds out tomorrow I'll plant them out then.

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Dottie May

Perennial Plants

At last, I've managed to plant out my perennials. Weather has been so poor so have kept them until now in the greenhouse. They all look very strong so, hopefully, I'll have a good show next year.

 
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