Container Gardening In Freezing Temperatures - Knowledgebase Question

Eugene, OR
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Question by jody26
October 30, 2002
I have two jasmine plants that I am growing in containers and need to know what to do during freezing temperatures. Should I bring them inside, or cover them?


Answer from NGA
October 30, 2002
Jasmine is hardy outdoors in your gardening region, but because they're in containers, the roots might freeze. You can protect your plants by either burying the pots in the ground or placing the pots in larger pots and filling the space between the two pots with styrofoam or other insulating material. Good luck with your landscape!

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