The Q&A Archives: PERENNIALS

Question: Is it OK to plant perennials in the fall?

Answer: It's perfectly fine to plant perennials in the fall. They will need a few weeks to establish before your first frost, though, so get them in the ground sometime this month. Enjoy your garden!

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