11-9b. 25f. Once in a blue moon we get lower than 10f even though we are supposedly 8a. Even then we are not supposed to have a frost line. The plant is a form of ginger and has a rhiZome that looks like culinary ginger one buys in a store. Maybe the root would survive here. But so far I think that would mean the leaves would burn back and it would not grow properly. There is a lot of info under the other names. Try triocolor ginger on google. I don't try outdoor plants that are at the high or low edge of their usda zones here. I aim for the middle. Less work in the end and we still have a lot to choose from.I sure plan to try. Not sure how come sensitive they are, information is minimal
I just KNOW that name is a play on how long those little buggers take to sprout from seed. If they sprout that is. Of all the plants I have tried from seed, Impatiens treated me the worst. I definitely did something they did not like. And I would start them by now for next season.2nd one could be impatiens
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