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Over wintering rooted cuttings...tell me how you do it!

4 years ago

I live in South Ga, so our winters are rather mild..we may have a week or less of hard freeze, but usually above freezing. I have many well rooted cuttings and I am thinking about just lining them up against the house, on the back west side, and letting nature take its course. I live in a light colored brick house and they will be protected from harsh you think this will work? I have a garage, but it has no door and water does blow in there....will they go dormant and survive? They are potted up in a mix of pine bark fines and potting soil that drains extremely well. No standing water.

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