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Original Message winter
You have every chance of keeping your plants through the winter.
All you really need is good light and frost free conditions. Water sparingly and do not feed.
Out of all your plants, the lemon and purple passion are really worth saving. The moss rose should survive outdoors, but I would wrap the pot in bubble plastic.
Twinspur, petunia and impatiens you can save if you want, but they are relatively inexpensive to replace. Depends what room you have available.
With the last three you could have taken a few cuttings rather than hanging on to the big old plants. If you want to know how, let me know.
Hugh

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