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anyone grow rose of sharon indoors?

Posted by jeannejeanie 7 long island (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 22, 08 at 23:52

i got a bare root rose of sharon tree form a wk ago & put it in a pot. i will eventually plant it outdoors after i put in a patio. this may not be done until the summer of 2009 (long story). anyway can i grow this in a pot until then? any pics? suggestions? does it flower? any info will be appreciated. thank you ... jeannie


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RE: anyone grow rose of sharon indoors?

Grow it outside in a pot.
It likes to go to sleep in the winter.
It will just loose all of it's leaves with everything else in the fall and look like sticks until late April, when it will leaf out again. (inside or outside)
It won't die on you outside in the winter in a pot.
Then when your patio is completed, you can transplant it where ever you want to put it.
They aren't fussy plants.
You are zone 7, you will find they are very cold hardy over the winter in a pot outside.
If you MUST keep it indoors, put it in front of the sunniest window you have and try to keep it open when you are home (in summer). In winter, put it in your basement or the coldest part of your home that is unheated so it can sleep. Don't forget to water it every 2 weeks though.
It really likes it outside.
Good Luck!


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