Answer: You can certainly try to overwinter Lisianthus indoors in pots. However, it may be a lot of work to get them to make it. I'd pot them in fall before frost and bring them into a cool (40F) room to overwinter. If you have a greenhouse or solarium, you maybe able to keep them green through the winter too. Even if you mulched them, they wouldn't survive outdoors in your area. If an item is out of stock, Burpee can select a similar item to replace it. Let them know on your order if you want them to replace items automatically or not..
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