In all but the warmest planting zones, many summer and fall flowering bulbs will not survive a cold winter. These “tender bulbs” can't handle the cold and need to be dug up, stored, and protected in colder climates. With a little practice, this can be done fairly easily and allows you to grow all sorts of plants that otherwise might not be winter hardy in your area.
Extreme cold weather — brrr! — can be hard on your home. Follow these tips when freezing weather, snow and ice hit your area.
It doesn't get much easier than this! Here's how to pick up metal shavings — without a shop vacuum. 😎
Learn how to make a DIY Christmas tree from an old wooden pallet — featuring “Today’s Homeowner” Simple Solution host Joe Truini.
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