I ordered the above plant online and when I received it a few days ago, it only sent instructions on how to plant right now. Obviously, this place di...
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Asked December 01, 2022, 3:47 PM EST
I ordered the above plant online and when I received it a few days ago, it only sent instructions on how to plant right now. Obviously, this place didn't take into account that it's Winter in MN and that is not a possibility right now. It came wrapped in plastic and is a bit damp. What can I do to save it until next Spring? If there's nothing I can do, then I'll just send back.
It's probably best to return it.
Agastache is a tough perennial, but it won't fare well over winter indoors, especially as a transplant.
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