From callas and cannas to begonias and dahlias, here are 4 steps to give summer-flowering tender plants the TLC they need to survive the winter.
Herbaceous perennials in pots — plants that die back and are dormant in winter — need to be protected. Here’s 3 ways for overwintering perennials in pots.
Overwintering succulents requires a sunny spot to live in and go dormant until spring. They don’t need to get watered until they’re coming out of dormancy.
Winterizing woody plants is necessary to prevent winter damage, or worse, outright death from cold. It’s useful to remember what wrapping is meant to do — block wind from fully impacting on the wrapped plant.