Hardy perennials........young plants
When or how do you decide when a young hardly perennial is hardy enough to go into the ground. I ask this due to the fact that wallflowers (annuals/biannual) planted now can go into the border for a Spring display, so does the same happen to hardy perennials planted now? I live in an area where we rarely get really cold weather and hardly any snow, therefore I don't lift my dahlia tubers, and they've survived the 3 winters I've lived here.
I also leave my gorgeous cannas in their pots outdoor all year round too, and they also survive and produce new tubers.
Last edited: 03 June 2017 12:36:31