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Posted: Jun/07/2007 1:44 PM PST
Just bought my first house so i am new at this gardening stuff. My mother-in-law dug up some perennial flowers to give us (no clue what they are). We are redoing the outside of the house so i did not want to plant them right away, i put them in pots for now. We had -2 weather here this week, the flowers are now dying. Is it because of the cold weather of because they are in pots?? and is there anything i can do to bring them back to life....please help!
Location: West Kentucky
Posted: Jun/08/2007 4:35 AM PST
Minus 2 degrees??! I hope you mean C. and not F.!
I would get those plants in the ground as soon as you can. The flowers were probably bitten by the cold but the plants should be fine ~ that's why I love perennials. Just get them planted and hope for warmer weather.
Oh ~ and send a cool breeze or two, could you? We've had 90's all week