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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donn_(7b-8a)

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.

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