… when you step on the grass after a good, hard frost, it will damage the lawn. So best to keep of it till it thaws out.
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
- Choose cold-hardy plants
- Place plants in frost-resistant spots
- Avoid frost pockets
- Harden off seedlings
- Cover plants before nightfall
- Protect plants with cloches
- Warm plants with water jugs
- Water before a frost
- Bring potted plants indoors
- Wrap fruit trees
Great advise from the RHS
Novembers still a good time to move and divide your dormant plants
This is useful for every type of perennial you divide:
Or would you rather train a lily beetle to sit?
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