Yes, but this is a bog plant so it can not be allowed to dry out. It must stay in lots of water.
My plants each had two when I got them.
No, it's an annual in Northern zones. I don't think it's perennial in any zones.
No - Deer and Squirrels love this plant, they will eat it right down to the ground.
I’ve nit had an issue
Hi Jackie, Thank you for asking. Proven Winners Graceful Grasses Prince Tut Dwarf can be used in containers. However, it is not a candidate to be kept inside. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us here (734)654-7485. Kind Regards, Shae
Hi Artemisia, Great question. In short it is somewhere between 5 inches and 12 inches when it arrives in a 4.5" wide quart container. It varies because we have multiple crops that we grow throughout the year, when you order, we grab the biggest, best and healthiest plant from our greenhouse to ship to you. I have grown Prince Tut before and I can assure you this is a very fast grower and it drinks a lot of water. The difference in age between a 5" Prince Tut and a 12" Prince Tut is about 2 weeks! I hope this helps! For any other questions please feel free to reach out to our help desk. We have professional gardeners staffed to answer you question over the phone or by email. Please reach us at (734)654-7485 or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you, Shane Franklin Rogers