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Re: garage overwintering

Linda, Kitty is right...there isn't a simple answer.  It all depends
on the plant - which may or may not tolerate a dark dormancy period
and the temperature of your garage.  What are you trying to
overwinter in there?  As a general statement, plants not in full
growth, kept in a cool place do not want a lot of water as it can
tend to rot them.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Linda L Wallpe <lwallpe@juno.com>
> For those who overwinter pots in a garage, 
> do you water them during the winter?
> Does your garage have a lot of light?
> Linda W.

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