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How Do You Protect Outdoor Plants From Freezing?

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How Do You Protect Outdoor Plants From Freezing?

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“Hi this is Yolanda Vanveen from vanveenbulbs.com and in this segment we’re going to talk about how to protect outdoor plants from freezing. So if you live in a mild climate where you just get a little bit of freeze and you don’t want to dig up everything, an easy way to protect your plants is just to cover them up if there is a forecast of any freezing weather. If it’s a short spell they can make it. So it could be just a matter of covering up your Cana Lilies with a sheet. So if you live where I do in the Northwest where we usually have real mild Winters and we only get a little bit of frost by just covering them up if there is a forecast with a sheet last minute that usually is enough to protect them from freezing. Now if it’s going to freeze for a long period that’s not going to work. Now what I’ve done with my Dahlia beds after years of experience I have learned in the Fall when they start turning really tacky and the greenery doesn’t look good I chop them all down, cover the whol

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