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Gerber daisy,can they be planted outdoors in Ohio and survive the winter? Should I keep it potted until spring?

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This is an annual flower which means that it lives one year. It will not survive the winter. Some annuals make good houseplants over the winter. I'm not sure if this is one of them. You can try. But I would plan on buying fresh plants in the Spring.

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