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Ferns in the winter

Karl B n8crwlr at ameritech.net
Sun Sep 30 21:28:37 EST 2001


We leave our ferns out all year long. We cut them all the way to ground
level. They come back in the spring and you do not need to really do
anything else
.
"Peter Balint" <peter at balint.com> wrote in message
news:B7DA2A05.2807%peter at balint.com...
> I was afraid of that! I suppose I could do research to find out what kind
> they are specifically but I live in northeastern Ohio. In the winter, we
> experience weeks of temperatures in the 20s and lows are about 0.
> Peter
>
>
> > Ferns vary greatly in their light and moisture requirements, and their
> > cold hardiness.  What kind do you have?  Where do you live?
> >
> > M. Reed
> >
> > Peter Balint wrote:
> >>
> >> I have 5 beautiful potted ferns lining my patio. I need to do something
> >> before the first frost. Do they do OK inside during the winter?
> >> Peter
>





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