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Hi, it's mid-Sept and I've just received some 15cm stipa tenuissima seedlings. Can I put them in the ground now or will the winter cold kill them off at this stage in their development?

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  • Posted: Tue. 20th September 2011 17:56

Re: Stipa Tenuissima seedlings

Reply from Patricia Jones

I would think they will be fine, in a well sunny border with drained soil and perhaps some protection with a netting cloche to prevent them dry drying out in cold wind.
You could pot them on and put in a cold frame and plant out in spring, remembering to water occasionally. All depends if your garden will be sheltered enough going into winter.
Patricia

  • Posted: Tue. 20th September 2011 22:01