Papyrus Plant
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I live in Florida and I have a papyrus plant. I would like to know, in regard to a warmer climate, if the 40° rule applies to me

Zone Tampa, Fl | Zonster1887 added on February 25, 2019 | Answered

Essentially I live in mid-Florida. It does get below 40 degrees in the winter, but rarely overnight, and never for a sustained period of time. Would I still need to bring it indoors? I would basically like to plant it in the ground.

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BushDoctor
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Answered on February 25, 2019

Unfortunately, nobody is exempt from the weather. This will apply to anywhere that gets down to 40 or below. It will be best to keep this in container.

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