Answer: You can plant these in the fall but the earlier in the fall the better, say early September. You want to allow a minimum of 8 to 10 weeks prior to the ground freezing. This will allow more time for it to become rooted before the stress of winter. I would also suggest planting it in a very sheltered spot with protection from the winter winds and applying a deep mulch in late fall. You may also want to provide a wind break and possibly wrap it for the winter.
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