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  • Perennial Containers
    • (Login curlsihave)
      Hummingbirder 2012
      Posted May 7, 2012 10:01 AM

      My winters are so cold. I am wondering what I need to do, if anything, to protect perennials that I want to put into containers? These would be hardy perennials that overwinter in the ground here. I am thinking bee balm and cardnial flower.

      Thanks!!

      Linsey
      MN
      USDA hardiness zone 4b
      Heat zone 5
      Sunset zone 43
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