saving popcorn cassia plant
I planted a popcorn cassia plant outside this summer and it has grown to about 5 foot. Is there a way to transplant or save anything so I can start another plant to bring inside for next summer as I know it will not survive our harsh winters????
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You can dig it up and put it in a pot to bring indoors for the winter. Cut it back some so it's not so hard to handle. Make sure you get most of the rootball. Water well and let it acclimate for about a week before bringing in. Then site it in a south or southeast facing window. Water only as needed.
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