Now that January is almost upon us , and statistically the coldest month of the year ; I'm taking a big risk with some of my cherished greenhouse plants , some of which have rooted into the gravel floor !
We've had no severe frosts as yet (E.Lincs) ; and as some of the plants are too large to bring indoors ; I have everything x'd that temperatures don't plummet .
Several very large specimen cacti , Agave americana 'Variegata' , Aloe ferox and Aloe marlothii (the weight of these is prohibitive) , Beaucarnea gracilis , Iochroma australis , Solanum laciniatum , several Fuchsias , a blue form of Chamaerops excelsa , a 1.5m high Euphorbia Amak from N.Africa and a 10kg clump of Euphorbia horrida 'striata' to name but a few .
Hope I've not made a fatal error !
Regards to all and good growing for 2018
Anyone else on the forum taking a risk this winter ?