|Last year I started Lilacs and other bushes in containers and brought them indoors during the winter. When is the best time to plant them outside - after the last frost or can it be done sooner?
|Answer from NGA
March 21, 2009
|If your plants have been indoors all winter they will need to have warm conditions when they go outside. Wait at least 2 weeks after your last frost, or when temperatures remain above 50F during the night. Best wishes with your plants!
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