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getting perennials ready for winter

Posted by kpw212 z (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 17, 07 at 11:52

I live in the Binghamton area, and this summer I planted a disco belle hibiscus and an aster frikarti. I'm wondering if these need to be covered with an extra thick mulch layer for the winter or just left alone.

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RE: getting perennials ready for winter

Assuming you are zone 5 in Binghamton, They should be fine and not need any extra mulch, they're pretty hardy.

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