THIS & THAT – FROST DAMAGE – MOVING POTTED PLANTS 11-3-21 EP.03



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00:00 What is the best time to bring potted plants indoors?
00:51 Elepthant Ears (Colocasia sp.) with frost damage
01:07 Japanese Stewartia (Stewartia pseudocamelia) exfoliating bark
01:35 Impatiens (Impatiens walleriana) with frost damage
2:07 Farfugium jaonicum giganteum with frost damage
2:28 Tuberous begonias with frost damage
03:21 How to move large potted plants
09:03 Using a wagon to move potted plants
12:33 Tips for overwintering plants
13:26 Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea anomala petiolaris)

Tools and supplies:
Felco 2 Pruners:
Lesche Soil Knife:
Felco F600 Pruning Saw:
John’s Edging Tool:
John’s 5 Tine Manure Fork for Mulching:
The Well Tended Perennial Garden – Third Edition

Landscaping Website:
Chainsaw and Wood Splitting website:

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2 comments

  1. I think when you squeeze/tense your abs it makes the muscles in your back relax since they're opposites so you don't wind up putting too much tension in your back. Also squeeze those glutes!

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