Convenient Method To Overwinter Annuals: Looks like a great idea

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Convenient Method To Overwinter Annuals

By SherriRaye
November 3, 2016

In the fall, I have always brought in cuttings from my annuals to overwinter and to have ready for my window boxes and pots for spring. I would grow them in 4-inch plastic pots on my windowsills covered with tin foil, which created a mess, and if I wanted to move them to another location, it took quite a while to move all of the separate pots.

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Name: Rj
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crawgarden
Nov 5, 2016 8:54 PM CST
Looks like a great idea, unfortunately the 3 cats would have all of them pulled out of the cups. Smiling
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Shy_gardener
Nov 6, 2016 6:45 AM CST
Great Idea to hold over favorite annuals. Sounds handy for watering too, even to take the pan to the sink and water each one individually if need be Thumbs up
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