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Catherine Tally says
I do have an indoor place I could put them with a lot of sun; so maybe I will just leave them indoors. Thanks.
Outside would be better! Growing it inside is challenging as we end up over-watering it or subjecting it to too much heat or sun which dries it out. Front or back porches w/ sun are ideal because you can smell it when or clip for cooking as needed:)
OK that would be good where I could keep a good eye on them; maybe sit them in the shelter of the porch when it is an ice storm or something? Thanks so much, I want to pick a good place to put them in the ground come spring to sort of make a hedge.
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Virginia Allain says
Well, can't do that but maybe I could mail it to you to babysit the winter. lol
Susan Deppner says
Well if it is in the ground doing well chances are it is best to leave it there. Depending on where you live I guess but I am on the east coast and I had some that made it several winters through the snow. I am just worrying about ones in pots.
Don Bobbitt says
Thanks Don; sounds promising.
Thanks Besarian, NC is fine instructions (where I live), lol. I really meant for outside but I could bring them in. I found a sale and want to plant them as hedge in the spring! I love it too! On chicken is great too.