So pick up your potted plants in the winter
It happens to many: the winter is coming and you have but still so many pot plants outside in the open air. They came just in the active season not to use them. Now is something to do to keep them. So you can plant them next season.
Hardy pot plants
What is at all problematic thing?
What is actually on the thing at all problematic? Why don’t we not the pot plants, where they are. Is it so bad that they are covered with snow? Yes, that’s it! Unfortunately, most pot plants would so something cannot survive and freeze.
Prepare your garden for the coming winter
Store rather all potted plants in a treasured place
The best way in this situation would be to put the potted plants in a protected place, which remains warmer compared to the outside. Insulated garages and conservatories are ideal for this purpose.
Another possible alternative is digging up the potted plants into the ground. Select a place in the garden for that, which you currently use for any other purpose. This solution is also suitable if you have relatively few plant container.
Dig the potted plants in the Earth
Find a suitable place in your garden
You dig up the plants …und
Cover the pot plants with leaves
To ensure that the pot plants to separate places in fact not be freezing to death, cover them with autumn leaves. Mostly, this ceiling survived the winter. However check the condition regularly.
So, the potted plants will not freeze in winter
“Winter sleeping corner”
So create a winter blanket for your garden plants
It helps very much, if you equip the potted plants with signs. You will thus lose do not know exactly what you have.
“Awaken the plants out of hibernation”
Once you realize that the perennial plants break through the Earth, you can already get the flower pots from their winter sleep corner.
Damage caused by rodents
Many garden owners are afraid of damage by rodents. They have to eat much but the potted plants during the winter. For this reason, they damage they also relatively little.
We hope after these useful tips, will be also your potted plants well over the winter!
Decoration ideas for the front yard in the winter time
Christmas tree and winter-hardy plants in metal buckets
Clay pots filled with pine cones and branches
Creative Christmas decorations at the entrance