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  • As an absolute beginner and possibly an incompetent I too enjoyed these responses. Fleece is now wrapped but I realise I need to find some large stones to secure it. As we head for what promises or rather threatens to be the coldest night of the year I had better get my skates on.

  • LesleyKLesleyK Posts: 4,029

    Many layers for the plants, and for us, if the forecast is correct.  The weather people do seem to be a bit more accurate nowadays but we all know you can move a mile or two and it's completely different.  Better safe than sorryimage

  • I can't remember were I read it but stones or bricks will tear you fleece but empty milk containers filled with water or sand will hold it down without damage, I havnt tried it yet but am collecting bottles ready to cover newly planted stuff later

  • I am trying on our lillies this year . They were devastated by the late frost this year . I am not taking chances . Even if s fee fronds get squashed a bit it’s the saving of the plant. Gone for individual coverings and a layering of the very big one. The garden does look strange though 

  • IamweedyIamweedy Cheshire East. Posts: 1,364

    This is where this forum is so useful. Lots of experience around  and this sort of information and advice about using fleece is really helpful.




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