Danger, Frost! How to Winterize Your Garden
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Will misting your citrus trees save them from the cold? Find out how to weather-proof your delicate orange and grapefruit trees this winter with expert gardener Felder Rushing's tips.
How to Winterize Roses
Find out how twine can help you prepare your beloved roses for winter here.
Protect Potted Plants
Containers need special protection in cold weather: placing pots on soil instead of on pavement and choosing the largest container possible are just two ways to protect plants from winter damage. Find out more ways to spare your containers from winter's onslaught here.
Protect Your Rain Barrel
Prevent Cracked Pots
Winter weather can do serious damage to terra-cotta pots. Find out ways to protect your pots in this useful article.
You've invested some serious green in your perennials: learn how to protect them with these tips.
Get Started Early
Putting down mulch is just one way to protect your garden. Learn more about the various ways you can keep the cold at bay.
Don't Forget the Birds
Prepare the Coop
When Snow Strikes
Winterizing the Lawn
If You Can't Beat 'Em...
Look for even more tips and tricks for keeping the cold from damaging your garden and your yard in these handy HGTVGardens guides.