Hi everyone, newbie gardener here (with a newbie question).
Hubby bought us a set of plug plants a few months ago. I planted them up in 3-4" pots and they've been growing well. Trouble is, I'm not sure what to do with the over winter.
From what I've read, you're supposed to grow them in spring and plant them out. I queried this with the place we got them from and they suggested bringing the pots inside over winter (possible but not ideal!).
- Keep them in small pots in small, basic 'greenhouse' (one of those plastic ones, not a proper glass one)
- Plant them out (I think we have a cloche to cover them if that would help)
- Bring them inside the house when it starts getting frosty at night (last resort)
Plants are: Gaura, Domicum, Echinacea, Coreopsis, Scabiosa, Lavandula
Thanks in advance