Southwest Yard & Garden; Pain in the grass: Protecting cold-sensitive plants over winter

Question: We have a lovely purple fountain grass (planted in the spring), and I keep hearing that it will die in the winter and we would have to plant a new one each year. Others say to dig it up, pot it, cut it back, put it in the house near a window, and replant it in spring. Another view is it will be fine in winter; just cut it back in spring and it will flourish. So we are confused. I also…

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