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I have a trumpet plant. It is currently blooming and the yellow flowers are beautiful.

It bloomed last year and before I put it in the ground I cut a stem off and rooted it...but the one in the ground died. What can I do with It? It looks like a little tree and I’m tempted to put it in the ground again....but I don’t want it to die. Will it live in the house ?
Last Updated: Oct 24, 2018  |  2 Views

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Trumpet plants are not hardy in the Philadelphia area, therefore they must be moved inside in the fall before the first frost. Sometimes they drop seeds which overwinter and germinate in the spring.

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