Q.Should I Keep Watering My Newly Planted Perennials After Frost?
I planted new perennial garden early October. The first 8 or 9 days I watered every day, and then went to every other day. Last week we had our first frosts and I stopped watering. However, after the frosts, we have been receiving more warm weather. Should I continue watering, since we have not had any rain during that period?
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Only if they are, actively, growing. If they are in the process of going dormant, then there will be no need. Make sure that the soil has a chance to dry out, completely, down to about 3 or 4 inches between waterings to avoid fungal and bacterial issues.
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