Sorry for clogging the forums this morning - my gardening enthusiasm at this time of year often overwhelms me!!
I have a large, beautiful verbena in my garden that I bought from the reduced bin and planted in September last year. Little did I realise until now that it's actually a frost tender perennial!!!
It looks just fine, no apparent frost damage. It is about 80cm tall, woody stems at the base with what looks like relatively new top growth.
My question is what should I do with it now?? Cut it back? Take some cuttings? or leave well alone?