Too late to plant Verigated Japanese Silver Grass?

NoVaPlantGuy_Z7b_8a(Alexandria, VA 7B/8A)September 8, 2010

Hello everyone. I was just wondering if it is too late in the year to plant Verigated Japanese Silver Grass. I was given a couple of extra of these by a friend and was thinking on purchasing several more to do a group planting of them. Is it too late in the season in my zone? If so, how should I over winter the ones I have?

Thank you very much for any and all help! Much appreciated!

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I think you're safe to put them in the ground now. You've probably got plenty of time for them to establish before your winter weather comes in earnest.

    Bookmark   September 9, 2010 at 7:17AM
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