Half-Hardy Plants. That’s a term you don’t run into very often – but when you do, it can be confusing. Just this morning, I swung by a garden center to check out their clearance plants, and I ended up chatting with a gardener who had running to a label that had that term: Half-Hardy Plants. The term Half-Hardy simply means that the plant will not survive a frost – that they can’t handle a dip in temperatures. So think about your tropicals; maybe you have some citrus – an orange tree or a lemon tree – or simply your patio pots. Those would all fall into the category of Half-Hardy...Read More
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