Perennials after winter - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by jimmyshae200
February 23, 2011
Hi I live in Deep South Georgia.Last summer(2010) I planted the perennial Stonecrop


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Answer from NGA
February 23, 2011

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You're absolutely right! Cut away the dead stems and leaves to make room for the new sprouts. Normally stonecrop will winter over without problem but since yours are in containers they may have gotten extra cold this past winter and the tops froze. I think the roots are fine so go ahead and give your plants some TLC. They should look attractive in 3-4 weeks. Enjoy!

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