It’s getting close to the time when vacationing houseplants need to be moved back indoors. That includes tender perennial plants, like rosemary and dwarf fruit trees. It’s best to get them back indoors while the windows are still open, so they can acclimate gradually, long before the drying heat comes on.
But what do you do about those perennials you planted in containers. It seemed like a good idea when you say it in a magazine, but will they survive out there in a pot?
5 Things to Consider, Before You Leave Your Containers Out in the Cold.