The time has come to clean up the perennial mostly evergreen pots, and ready for market. Was hoping for this week, but is still cold (for me, not the plants).
The ones that wintered in qt pots, stayed mostly green. These in sheltered areas, though not brought in, so did go down into the mid-lower teens. When real cold had them in the mini greenhouse which really just protects from blowing stuff, not so much temps. I turned over and shook from pot, knocked off loose dirt. Dead and not pretty stems cut off. Then put back in pot filling in with new soil (Fafards and added some osmocote). They look pretty and given a week or 2 to settle, sprout new growth will be nice!
rosemary (up potted a few from 3.5" pots)
A couple showing new growth and even tried to stay green all winter include a few coneflower and comfrey.