overwintering unplanted plants
I have a few shrubs and vines I haven't planted yet this year because I didn't have time to finish the places I wanted to plant them. I was thinking that for purposes of seeing them through the winter of planting them in the ground in their pots so they will be easier to dig up next year. Is this a really bad idea? Or would it work out okay? Or any other suggestions? Looking to reduce the risk of transplant shock next spring. The plants in question are a weigela, a climbing hydrangea, and some clematis.