Non-hardy hanging basket fuchsias
Going on advice previously received on this forum regarding saving my fuchsias for next year, I have removed them from the hanging baskets, trimmed and potted them into old compost. I am glad to say that there are new shoots appearing, so I haven't killed them (yet!). I have put the pots into a small plastic 'greenhouse' standing on some shingle, which is placed between the side of the shed and an open-work trellis. My question is: should I take them out of the 'greenhouse' when we start getting overnight frosts and the temperature drops considerably and put them in the unheated conservatory for the rest of the winter? I don't know what sort of temperatures they can put up with, so having actually saved them for next year I don't want to lose them. Thanks.