Erigeron karvinskianus - survived the winter?
Can some kind soul please advise me whether or not I could expect my Erigeron Karvinskianus to be showing any signs of having survived the winter yet? I planted several of these perennials last spring and in the summer they were gorgeous and tumbled over the edges of my sunny raised beds for months. I read that I should cut them right down in early winter, which I duly did. The inch or so of old stems is still visible above ground but there is no evidence of any new growth yet and I'm not sure if they're still viable or not. Maybe it's too early? Many thanks.