Christmas Trees

Potted Live Christmas Tree

Anonymous added on January 8, 2014 | Answered

We bought a 3-foot tall potted Christmas tree this year. It is still inside and has started to put out new growth. We are glad to keep it inside until spring if that would be better for the tree, or we can put it in the garage to encourage it to return to a dormant state. What would you recommend?

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Answered on January 8, 2014

If your garage is attached, then this would be ok. It cannot withstand the full cold of winter now that it has broken its dormant state, but the sheltered cold of an attached garage would be ok if you do not have room for it in front of a bight window in your home.

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