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September 28, 2011


Alan @ it's not work, it's gardening!

Ted -- I've done the same with Mexican Petunia and Mexican Sage (Salvia leucantha) -- cut back and into the garage for the winter. I've also taken cuttings of the Mexican Petunia before doing this and rooted them in water just in case.

If you've got some space in your garage, there are lots of plants you can overwinter in a dormant state there. Not only do you save money in the spring, but the plants get much larger the second (and following) years.

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