Outdoor planting times will depend on your climate. Spring and early fall are good seasons for planting in most regions, though summer planting is also possible in temperate climates. Try to plant in locations protected from extended periods of direct sun, particularly if temperatures exceed 80F. For fall planting, plant at least one month before your expected first frost date to give the plants time to establish roots.
Please note: Before planting outdoors, check the plant's Cold Hardiness rating on its tag or on our website to see if it can tolerate winter cold in your climate. If it can't, plant in a pot so that you can bring the plant indoors before the winter cold.