Sunlight Exposure for Topiary Plants

Anonymous added on September 22, 2011 | Answered

We purchased topiary plants from a florist to use as decorations for daughter's wedding. They are potted, of course. Now wondering if we should plant them in the ground, or leave in pots. We live in Gilroy, CA, south of San Jose, CA. We have full sun in front yard, combination in back. What do you recommend?

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Answered on September 23, 2011

Its location generally depends on the type of plant itself. However, most topiary plants are well suited for areas with sun. If you are new at growing topiary plants, I would opt for keeping them in their containers, repotting as needed.

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