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Learn about the different techniques for protecting cannas and gingers over winter, with Chris Beardshaw's video advice on covering them in the border or lifting and storing them indoors.October-NovemberMore advice on caring for cannas and gingers
rhizomes have new sprouts on them (about 5 cm) and I am wondering if storing them in the basement will kill these sprouts, After all, they seem to be wanting to grow again. Any advice would be appreciated. Cool and dry is the optimum condition -but not too
-magnesium carbonate to the soil in autumn or winter to remedy the deficiency for next year.potatoes, apples, cherries, grape vines, tomatoes, camellias, rhododendronssummer, autumn, winterMore common plant problemsCanna virusRaspberry nutrient deficiencyHollyhock rust
tropical plant feature of canna, eucomis and sedum.Making a contemporary cone hanging basket.Planting up a stylish alpine container.