“Fleecing is a thin, nonwoven fabric used to protect late and early crops and delicate plants from cold weather and frost.
“It’s very easy to use: just wrap your plant with it (make sure it’s not too tight), or lay it over your patch, making sure it’s nice and secure with pegs or string.
“If you have plants such as aeoniums in pots outside, now is the time to think about moving them to a conservatory or cool glasshouse in a well-lit position, as it usually takes longer to keep them cool and wet. is harmful.”
plants that do well in cold weather
At Tresco’s Abbey Gardens, gardeners plant flowers from around the world, including Brazil, Burma and South Africa.
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