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Annuals: Gerbera question

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Morgantown, WV

October 2, 2011
5:08 PM

Post #8833298

Ok I grew my gerberas from seed last winter. Some are looking pretty now. I brought in three different plants that I had in containers. I made up some new soil like al uses on this site. I have had two in for a couple weeks and they still look nice. Tonight I gave in and brought in the third I shook off some dirt and through the plant into a pot with new dirt this evening. It feels so cold here tonight. I have lights to keep them under. Is there any chance these plants will survive the winter? I know they are annuals.

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