Hi again all, I'm here to ask basic questions again
I recently bought a chrysanth from a supermarket in a pot. I kept it in the house and now that the flowers have died and some of the leaves, I'm assuming it's dying off for the winter.
I'm not sure what to do now, but I understand that they're perrenial so it should survive for next year. Do I cut back the stems and if so how much? I've read that chrysanths should be overwintered outside if they're hardy, but how do I know if it IS hardy? My back garden's fairly windy (I live in an area of terraces, so there's two long lines of houses back to back with gardens in between and the wind has a long run with only 5" fences to stop it) and I'm not sure whether this would be a problem?
Can anyone give me some advice about what to do, please?