Ask a Question forum: Bee Balm-Cranberry Lace, plant okay?

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Lakewood/Denver, CO (Zone 5a)
Cristelv
Oct 2, 2017 2:36 PM CST
I have a bee balm that is still in it's plastic pot from the store. It was beautiful. But, I forgot to water it for a while and it got dry and crunchy. I cut back dead parts and started watering more. Now it has baby leaves growing but it's getting cold at night here by Denver, CO. Do I just get it in the ground ASAP or ?
Thanks.
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sallyg
Oct 3, 2017 5:41 AM CST
Yes, I would plant it and let it do its normal winter thing.
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