Liatris Plants

Growing Liatris in Containers added on August 27, 2016 | Answered

I have liatris planted in containers. What do I do to keep them for next spring/summer? Thank you!!!

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Answered on August 28, 2016

Liatris are winter hardy in zones 5 and above. If this is where you are, they will probably be fine outside.

In colder zones (and possibly in the colder portions of their range, since container plants are more exposed to cold than those in the ground) you will need to dig up the underground corms for storage indoors. Pack them in moistened peat moss and store in a cold but not frozen location, such as the refrigerator or unheated basement.

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