Indoor or outdoor for the winter?
The Garden Frog with C Renee on Aug 26, 2013since they are perennials you can leave them out on the terrace and water them as needed since they will go dormant once the freeze hits.Helpful Reply
Sensible Gardening and Living on Aug 26, 2013Mint is very tough but lavenders are not so much. The hardiest is english lavender which is hardy to zone 5. In a pot it is tht much more at risk of frost. In a small pot even more so again. I don't know what your zone is but take this into consideration.Helpful Reply
Therese Ryan-Haas on Aug 26, 2013I really doubt they will comeback in a pot opposed to in the ground. But they are so cheep to replace it would be interesting to see if they make it.Helpful Reply
Marsha on Aug 26, 2013Three different answers so far. I think I will bring them inside in the fall. I know their easy to replace but before I do I want to see if they will last. I have other perenials on my terrace that I leave out in pots all winter and they always come back.Helpful Reply
Douglas Hunt on Aug 27, 2013Depending on the cultivar and the winter, lavender can be sort of marginally hardy in New York even planted in the ground, so I think you would be better off bringing it inside. The mint will probably overwinter if you have a portion of your terrace protected from prevailing winds.Helpful Reply
Can I paint indoor outdoor carpet?
Sure I CAN paint. But can indoor outdoor carpet be painted? We have a very inviting lovely balcony off of our master bedroom. I love sitting up there and having morni... See more
Indoor furniture turned outdoor furniture
What kind of paint could I use to turn this indoor dining set into outdoor set? It would be exposed to the sun and rain and our dogs here in North Texas. The set belo... See more
Dog peed on my indoor/outdoor carpet and it stinks!
The carpet is on porch.
How do I remove old indoor/outdoor carpet glued to my front door steps
This was on the stoop when I bought and it is disgusting with years of dirt and moss. I have tried pulling it away but think I need some kind of solvent as it is real... See more
How to pull up indoor/outdoor carpet that has been glued to floor?
I want to take this up and put laminate floor down.
How much will indoor/outdoor carpet stretch?
Removing indoor/outdoor carpet from stairs
We have indoor/outdoor carpeting on our stairs that is falling apart. I believe it is attached with glue and has linoleum underneath. We really don't want to put more... See more