Mimosa Trees


Anonymous added on October 19, 2014 | Answered

I have one year old mimosa, black cherry, Ohio buckeye, locust red maples, etc. all in pots. Winter is on the way. Should I bury the pots, put them in the garage or leave them outside for winter? I live in Long Island New York.

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Answered on October 20, 2014

You can either put them in the garage (make sure to water them once a month - that is all they need), bury the pots in the ground or you can place them against your foundation and cover the pots with leaves or straw. Any of these options are fine. Pots left outdoors will not need to be watered as they will get water from rain and snow.

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