The Q&A Archives: Planting

Question: Greetings to all of you:

How late in the fall I can plant? I was planning to plant couple Pieris Japonica and 3 Ceanothus and 2 Abelias.

I'm 1 hour north of Seattle, and we are having temperatures at night of about 35

Thanks for your help, I valued your opinion.

Sole Switzer

Answer: You can plant anytime the ground is not frozen. Seattle is going through a bit of a cold snap now, so why not wait a week or so for the threat of snow to diminish and the rains to return? That way you can plant and water them in well. Natural rainfall this winter should be enough to keep your new plants happy. Best wishes with your garden.

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