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Im very concerned about my Vft’s. These last few days in The Netherlands the temperatures have stayed under 0. A few days averaging around minus 7. My pots are all frozen and look dries out on the top. They were standing in water a few mm high. Should i bring all my plants indoors and let them thaw, currently in my small green house that is heated and at 0 degrees. Usually before this big freeze temperatures were constant around 5 degrees. I have wrapped ground sheeting around the greenhouse. Advise please please . I wont be able to sleep tonight.

 

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heated?  that's a luxury most of us don't have,mine are frozen solid,i cant even lift the pots out of the trays.   Yours will be fine,some of mine might die but i doubt it

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They should be fine, mineeoutside in the uk and go under 0C with the weather conditions and are fine, it’s the desiccating wind that does more damage.

cheers

steve

 

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I wouldn't worry, mine are all frozen solid too in an unheated polytunnel.

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mine frozen too just let them thaw out naturally

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