Answer: Plumbago auriculata is a tender shrub (cold hardy only to warmer parts of zone 8) that blooms during the summer. In colder climates it can be grown as a container plant and brought indoors for the winter. It needs full sun to grow its best and can be tied in and/or trimmed as needed to control size. It blooms on new growth of the season, so any major pruning would be done in late winter to very early spring. Grow it on the dry side while it is indoors and be sure to acclimate it gradually when moving it indoors and back out again. Enjoy your plumbago!
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