Last Updated on February 22, 2022 by Sam
The cold and ice of winter can be tough on plants, leaving them vulnerable to diseases that would easily die in the warmer months. There are a few steps you can take before your garden goes dormant for the year to prepare for an uneventful winter.
Perennials are beautiful plants that can be used year-round. However, they need to be prepared for winter as well. The “how to prepare potted perennials for winter” will teach you how to do this.
How do you prepare perennials?
A: Perennials are plants that grow back year after year. They are typically planted in the spring and fall, but can also be planted in the summer. You should plant perennials in well-drained soil with full sun exposure.
The “How to care for perennials in the fall” is a blog post that will teach you how to prepare your perennials for winter. The blog post includes tips on how to store, overwinter, and plant in the spring. Reference: how to care for perennials in the fall.
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