New reply from albert13579

<p>hello, winter daphne may be modest and subdued hidden by the backdoor or beneath the eaves next to the garden walk, but you won't miss it when it's in full bloom.</p>
<p>You won't want to miss a moment as the delicious, lingering aroma of its exquisite blossoms fill your yard and house. It should ideally be planted as close to your home as possible so you can take advantage of its potent springtime fragrance. </p>
<p>In the months of winter, you have to care for all of these and you have to care for yourself, so I have a suggestion for you to wear <span data-sheets-value="{"1":2,"2":"all of us are dead uniform"}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":513,"3":{"1":0},"12":0}"><a href="https://www.chicagojackets.com/product/all-of-us-are-dead-choi-nam-ra-uniform-sweater/">all of us are dead uniform</a>, this sweater keeps you warm and saves you from wind and you can easily keep caring for your plants.</span></p>

https://gardencommunity.thompson-morgan.com/new-members/over-wintering-daphne

Original Post by Keen gardener

Over wintering Daphne

<p>Hi can anybody advise how to over winter my pot Daphne plants please?</p>

×

Why You Need a Unique Forum Account

Feel free to browse and search the forum for topics that interest you without creating an account. To participate and contribute you will need to register and create an account.

This will enable you to create your own posts, comment on other posts, upload any photos you wish to share and so much more.

Why You Cannot Use Your Thompson & Morgan Account

The main Thompson & Morgan website is completely separate from this Forum. As such, the Forum requires a completely separate account.

×