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Original Post by Hilary

Over wintering perennial plug plants

<p>I bought a pack of 72 perennial plug plants from T&M about 5 weeks ago. About 80% survived and they are all now in 3-4" pots. Any advice in how to care for them over the winter would be appreciated. I have just mulched the border but am not sure where the plants will go as yet.</p>
<p>I have a greenhouse with some heating and a self made cold frame in a sheltered place.</p>
<p>Thanks</p>

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