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2019-12-02

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Many gardeners move their houseplants outside for the summer, treating them to a vacation in the fresh air and sunshine. But when the temperatures drop, and frost threatens, it’s time to bring them in. Your plants won’t be happy with a sudden change, and may show it by dropping leaves, wilting, turning yellow, or even dying. Make the transition slow and gradual, and your green friends will settle in nicely for the fall and winter. Aim to make the move before the thermometer dips to about 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and no lower than 45 degrees Fahrenheit.   For Gardeners In...

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