If I cover them with sheets or even a blanket, will they be OK? A couple of weeks ago when we had some cooler night temps, I did that and they were fine. I'd rather not lug them in for a
couple of days and then back out when the temps go back up next week.
Commented on Jan 12, 2012
This is my 33 yrs old Big Leaf Selloum along with some others, It is inside until March when
the cold nites completely pass. Then I will bring these along with some others outside. I have seen the Selloum planted in the ground in our area (Orange Park,FL) but afraid to take a chance & lose it too cold weather. After all these yrs, it's like family. We call this "The divorce plant" because I got it b4 we married in '78. Once it dies, that's an omen for a divorce.LOL (we're only kidding though! still happily married after all these yrs)