If you have potted plants outdoors, it's a good idea to start planning to bring them inside, before the first frost hits your neck of the woods. Check the weather; if the overnight forecast calls for chilly temps, give your plants a good drink of water that morning. Well-watered plants do better in fighting against frost damage. Add some mulch to the top layer or wrap the plants in Bubble Wrap to help insulate them, then move them into a garage or outbuilding to allow them to slowly acclimate to warmer temps. After a few days, you can bring them inside.
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