Guide To Fall And Winter Container Gardening

By Liz Baessler Just because the weather is getting colder doesn’t mean you have to stop gardening. A light frost may mark the end of peppers and eggplants, but it’s nothing to hardier plants like kale and pansies. Does the cold weather mean you don’t want to trek all the way to the garden? No problem! Just do some fall container gardening and keep your cold weather plants within reach. Keep reading to learn more about container gardening in cold weather. Container Gardening in Cold Weather Fall container gardening requires some knowledge as to what can survive. There are two groups of plants that can fare well in fall container gardening: hardy perennials and hardy annuals. Hardy perennials include: Ivy Lambs ear Spruce Juniper These may stay evergreen all through the winter. Hardy annuals will probably die eventually, but can last well into the autumn, and include: Kale Cabbage Sage


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