The vast majority of perennials in the garden calmly tolerate the winter cold, since now breeders have bred a lot of ornamental crops that are resistant to winters in our region. But not all plants can boast of endurance, especially from the southern regions, so they need to be carefully covered for the winter, because they are afraid of snow and frost. So, experienced gardeners are happy to share their professional secrets with beginners: how to securely wrap plants for the winter so that they survive frosts.

What garden plants and flowers must be covered for the winter

Most gardeners cover the plants until winter, when the air temperature drops to 5-7 degrees. Usually, coniferous branches help in this case - spruce branches, spunbond, fallen leaves and burlap. Professional gardeners do not advise using polyethylene to shelter flowers, because plants rot under it and often die.

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