Janet
Janet
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  • Kokomo, IN
Asked on Oct 2, 2017

Do mums survive the winter or do you have to bring them in.

Cynthia HNaomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey, Castaic CAKitty hop
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  • Janet Pizaro
    on Oct 2, 2017

    Are they hardy mums?
  • Nancy Turner
    on Oct 2, 2017

    If it is in a pot, the roots will freeze. You will need to bring it in or plant it in the soil, or plant the whole pot for the winter and bring it back up once the night time temperatures come up. Out of the pot they are considered perennials for most all zones that I know of.
  • Dale Marquis
    on Oct 2, 2017

    They will come up every year. You don't need to dig them up. I spread leaves on my perrenials in the fall to cover them
  • Kitty hop
    on Oct 2, 2017

    I don;t know where you live and how cold it gets. I've known people who dig them and then hang them upside down in a basement..but mum are so inexpensive in my area, that that sounds like a lot of work. Have you tried covering them?

  • Depends on what zone you live in. Where I live no, I leave in pots and ground and deadhead when necessary. Find out your zone here.

  • Cynthia H
    on Oct 2, 2017

    I plant mine and winter them over that way.
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