I just liberated a droopy Italian Stone Pine from a post Christmas sale at Sam's Club. I have found that it cannot handle the cold that we experience here in New Jersey in winter and would like to get some feedback as to how to care for it over the remainder of winter either indoor in a cool room (50-60 degrees F) or in an unheated garage with a window. I tend to think the garage is too cold for it as well as outside as it gets into the 20's there as well. Does anyone have any experience with this tree indoors? I will continue to find out how to deal with it over time but need some immediate feedback on care at this time. It was a bit dry and I flushed it twice with water and it drained well. I also soaked the foliage. I don't think it's in too bad condition now.......just need some after care for now.