Annual alyssum survived winter

cairnsiecairnsie Posts: 389

I have some alyssum which has survived winter. Do I replace it or will it flower well this year.

Thanks for any replies.

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  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 24,392

    does it look as though it's making lots of new growth or just hanging on?

    Lots of the plants we grow as annuals are really perennial but not very hardy or long-lived, allyssum may be one of these. 

  • cairnsiecairnsie Posts: 389

    It looks really good and healthy. Ive moved house and it must be a bit milder here as more inner city. Normally they flower even sometimes partly through into December but normally die jan February. I'm growing some more but have been sorting the garden out today and didn't know whether to dig it out or leave it.

  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 24,392

    I'd leave it, you'll probably get some earlier flowers image

  • cairnsiecairnsie Posts: 389

    Will do!

    Thanks for the help

  • philippa smith2philippa smith2 Posts: 6,220

    Does at least a couple of years here in the Sarcocca tub - seeds in there tooimage

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