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Winter Container Gardens
The growing season may be over, but that doesn´t mean you have to do without the beauty of a container garden for the winter! Several wonderful arrangements can be made for the winter that will withstand frost and even a light snow, and deep cold if kept protected. Here´s how!
Autumn Flowers for Containers
As the weather starts to cool, your summer containers may be looking a little aged. Don´t despair! There are still plants available to give your garden a burst of color. Many choices go well with other autumn decorations, like pumpkins and dried corn. Here are some great autumn planting ideas.
Cool Season Colour
Just because summer’s over doesn’t mean I have to live without the colorful flowers and foliage I love. There are many plants available that can endure the cooler weather.
Subcategory - Wintering Over your Container Garden
Your plants may need special care in the winter if you live where the temperatures dip below freezing. Here are necessary tips for caring for your plants as the weather turns cold.
Winter Container Care
Wintering over your garden can take considerable preparation and care if you live in a climate where freezes are common. Even protecting from the occasional freeze in warm zones is a must for tender perennials. Here are tips for winter garden care so your plants will survive strong and healthy.
Winter Fuschia Care
In areas of severe winter fuchsia are normally grown as an annual. With a little care, however, your fuchsia can be overwintered for many years of beautiful bloom. Here are several ways to care for your fuchsia in winter, no matter what your climate.
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If your winters are not too severe you can successfully grow winter vegetables just outside your kitchen door. Here are some suggestions for growing fresh garden goodies all winter long.
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