rayama(7b Birmingham, Al)September 28, 2006

I got one this year (a blue one) mainly b/c it was blue and a rose bed always needs blue. Well, the thing has grown like gang busters! Lots of flowers. I really like it, but not where it is. I didn't know it would get so big. Can I move it? If so, when? Or is it gonna bit the dust this winter?

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birdlady_10(z7b Ala)

I don't know if they're hardy here.I live in Talladega & have one in a pot.I put it up under the eave of the house last winter & covered it withleaves.It got killed back to the pot level but came back up & is blooming beautifully now.

    Bookmark   September 29, 2006 at 9:25PM
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i have not been able to overwinter them in the ground here in auburn.

    Bookmark   October 2, 2006 at 2:17PM
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tony_pman(7b/8a Al.)

I have one in the ground. It gets cut back each year, but has come back for two years. I live in B'ham I got a big gallon pot from Jan at the swap meet. It has stayed about the same size.

    Bookmark   October 2, 2006 at 7:44PM
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