Winterizing Tropicals - Knowledgebase Question

Cobb, CA
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Question by kandjmartin
November 28, 1997
We would like to know how to protect our star jasmine and bouganvilla from frost.

Answer from NGA
November 28, 1997
You live in the higher elevation (4000 ft) of a Northern California mountain range where plants like Star Jasmine and Bouganvilla are usually treated as annuals. You can try to winter them over by planting them next to a warm west-facing wall. If they make it through the first winter or two, they should be established enough to take most any weather. Good luck!

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