(Cleveland) - If you're concerned about your blooming plants during this week's snowfall, experts say, if they're perennials that are from at least last year, they'll be fine.
Amy Roskilly of the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District told our news partners at 3 News, perennials that are developed to grow in our climate will be just fine. She says if those plants lasted through the winter, they'll do just fine through one cold snap.
She says if you have put out new plants, it would be a good idea to cover them for the night, as they're still fragile. Roskilly recommends not digging up new plants and bringing them inside, as that will hurt their chances of taking root.
As for annuals, the rule is that they should not be planted until after you're positive we have had the last frost.
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