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By Cammie from Provo


How long will the perrenials in my hanging baskets live if I bring them inside in the fall? Will they be beautiful year-round?


If you have a perennial in your planter, you do not need to bring it inside. It will live through the winter outside. Some of the perennials need to have a dormant period in order to bloom the next year. These need to stay outside.
If you have plants that are marginal in our area, those you can bring into the house. If they get the right light requirements they can bloom all year. You may need to cut them back if they get long and overgrown.
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