While it's been a mild winter so far. Colder temperatures are creeping in.
That means those with a green thumbs are taking precautions to keep their plants safe. And making sure theysurvive some of the hard freezes ahead that come in the months of February and March.
"Make sure you bring in all your tropical plants. They are not able to take any cold at all. Make sure that they come in, Make sure that you cover any plants that have a bloom or a flower on them," says Tom Glaze of Lowe's Home Improvement.
Another important tip Glaze says is to hydrate your plants. Keeping your plants well hydrated before the freeze will help them survive it. Glaze says to take the precautions before the freeze occurs. And he says it's always important to check and see what temperatures your plants can stand.
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