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Trending on Gardenista: Hunkering Down

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Trending on Gardenista: Hunkering Down

November 16, 2018

This week, with cold weather settling in (and the first snow of the year in some parts of the country), the Gardenista editors turned their attention to hunkering down: protecting outdoor plants from the cold, keeping houseplants happy (even amidst holiday travel), and more. Take a look.

Thinking about composting your harvest scraps? Did you know that you can compost dryer lint, but not bread? Read  Things Nobody Tells You About Compost for the surprising things you need to know before you start.
Above: Thinking about composting your harvest scraps? Did you know that you can compost dryer lint, but not bread? Read 10 Things Nobody Tells You About Compost for the surprising things you need to know before you start.
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Above: Heading out of town for the holiday? The world’s most beautiful watering bulb can babysit your houseplants. Read more in A Glass Watering Bulb That Can Change Your Life.
Plus, your plants need warm clothes, too. From fleece blankets to hoop houses, read more in  Genius Ideas to Keep Plants Warm in Winter.
Above: Plus, your plants need warm clothes, too. From fleece blankets to hoop houses, read more in 10 Genius Ideas to Keep Plants Warm in Winter.

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