In frost-prone areas, grow in a container and overwinter in a cool greenhouse or conservatory.
overwinter plants called angels trumpets.
overwinter adults & eggs in their nests.
overwinter at the same depth in all locations.
overwinter as pupae in the soil.
overwinter as leaf rosettes.
overwinter as adults.
overwinter as a caterpillar and pupate the following spring.
overwinter then you'll probably use wooden crates to store them in.
overwinter in the soil, moving up into plants from late March onwards.
The creation of arable field margins and leaving overwinter stubbles followed by a spring crop should help boost local farm bird populations.
They overwinter as larvae in roots or as pupae in the soil, tho a few adults may survive the winter.
The fungi and bacteria that cause so many problems can overwinter on contaminated stems and roots.
Iris should also be cut back, because the eggs of iris borers overwinter on iris leaves and attack the rhizomes in the spring.
Disease microorganisms can also overwinter on the surface of stakes, tomato cages, trellises, and other garden items.
Because many species overwinter as adults, they are able to keep pest populations in your garden under control by cutting down on adult pest species before they reproduce.
Spinach, Swiss chard and kale can be sown in the fall garden and harvested throughout the winter or left to overwinter.
Squash bugs can overwinter in wood mulch and wood boards, so eliminating potential habitats can help rid your landscape of next year's pests.
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