In article <D88ECD18B6588C9C.BE8B75146FB3FAD1.B42FDCDDB5753854 at lp.airnews.net>,
Victoria <animaux at airmail.net0> wrote:
>On Sun, 07 Nov 1999 16:32:22 GMT, David Deutsch <dd at gondwana.org> wrote:
>>> What do you think, Victoria? Would a 45 F root cellar be enough, or
>>would a light frost be a good idea?
>>Well, we had a few nights with temps in the upper 30s, low 40s and the tips of
>some leaves got nipped. They will go dormant if there is no light present. I
>believe a 45F root cellar would be just fine, without benefit of first exposing
>to a light freeze.
They certainly overwinter happily (?) in parts of the UK where the
winter sun is comparable with that from a fluorescent light. On a
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