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
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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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.