How to Protect a Citrus Tree From Freezing?

Answer Citrus trees are popular in home gardens throughout California, Arizona, Texas and Florida. They don't grow reliably outdoors north of USDA plant hardiness zone 9B because they are cold tender. Lim... Read More »

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How to Protect Outside Faucets From Freezing?

In many parts of the United States, freezing weather (32 degrees Fahrenheit or below) occurs at some time each year. Before this type of weather occurs, it's critical for you to winterize your home... Read More »

How do I protect flowers from freezing?

Prepare the GardenWater your garden until the soil settles on the morning before the frost. The moisture will keep the air around the flowers warmer. Lay dark colored rocks or chunks of asphalt aro... Read More »

How to Protect Flowers in Freezing Weather?

A frost warning is in the forecast. The evening is without wind or clouds, and the temperature is dropping. That usually means it is going to freeze during the night. You will need to go out and c... Read More »

How to Protect Wood From Freezing & Storage?

Setting any wooden items--from furniture to accessories--outdoors (including in an uninsulated storage shed) can wreak havoc on the wood, if you don't take steps to protect it. Cold weather and win... Read More »