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Q.Have young bee balm plants but too late to plant what can I do?

Anonymous added on October 30, 2020 | Answered

We live in upstate Pennsylvania zone 5a and I just received three young bee balm plants and we are getting a frost tonight

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Answered on November 2, 2020

If it were me, I would keep them indoors for the winter, perhaps in a garage or greenhouse, and transplant them in the spring. They will die back, and you only need to give them a light watering through the winter - just enough to keep them from drying out completely. They should begin to grow again in the spring.

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