Posted: 22/10/2016 at 11:18
Think the 'easter bonnet' is a Nemesia which is a perennial, so it'll just die back. Snapdragons are annuals I think, so that will die off.
Fuschias can be either hardy or non hardy, so it depends which one you have. I think you can take cuttings from the non hardy types and overwinter them. I don't grow those but someone will advise about them. Hardy ones will just need tucked somewhere for the winter. Lavender's normally hardy, so just keep the pot somewhere sheltered as they don't like the worst of the wet winter weather. If it's a small/young plant, it will suffer more than a larger specimen. In freezing cold spells, pots may need some fleece to prevent roots freezing, but it does depend on where you are in the country and what your climate is like there. You can group pots together to keep them protected, and pop them against a house wall.
Last edited: 22 October 2016 11:20:30