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Are you outy or an inney?

The Wrigglers, preparing plants and pots for the first #frost cartoon

Will you bubblewrap, fleece and keep your pots outdoors? Or move them indoors to protect against the frosty days to come?

The worms are preparing themselves for the first frost. Are you?

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How to prevent winter damage

Now’s the time to shelter, stake plants, mulch, and wrap pots to prevent frost damage.

That’s enough from the worms, here’s some tip-top advise from the experts

Here are 10 Easy Ways to Protect Your Pots and Plants

  1. Choose cold-hardy plants
  2. Place plants in frost-resistant spots
  3. Avoid frost pockets
  4. Harden off seedlings
  5. Cover plants before nightfall
  6. Protect plants with cloches
  7. Warm plants with water jugs
  8. Water before a frost
  9. Bring potted plants indoors
  10. Wrap fruit trees

How to prevent winter damage

Great advise from the RHS

10 Easy Ways to Protect Plants From Frost

Novembers still a good time to move and divide your dormant plants

This is useful for every type of perennial you divide:

Introduction to Dividing Perennials

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