leaving a plant in its origanal container - Knowledgebase Question

merrimack, nh
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Question by billhines
November 5, 2006
i have a robusta green juniper in a 15


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Answer from NGA
November 5, 2006
As long as you insulate the roots, the juniper should be fine over the winter months. I'd wrap the nursery pot with fiberglass insulation or foam (both available at hardware stores) and then sink it back into the decorative container. This will assure the roots wont' freeze.

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