What to do with WOOLLY THYME before first frost and winter?
What to do with WOOLLY THYME before the first frost and winter? I have 3 potted woolly thyme, and 1 potted pink chintz thyme. And where I live, winters get sometimes to -30° for a good part of the year. I'm wondering if I should be bringing them inside for the wintertime? Or if I can even bring them inside at all because I wouldn't mind having them inside during wintertime at all - bring some color indoors during the gloomy cold months... And if I should be or am able to bring them indoors during the frosty winter, do I need to change maintenance and care for these plants at all (i.e. place in dark room for majority of winter)? Or should I just continue the care as I have been throughout spring and summer? Thanks for your help!
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
You can bring your herbs indoors for the winter to enjoy both the look and flavor they offer.
Here are some links for you with more information.