Drop Branch Murphy
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- North Georgia/lived in MA until 2009
- USDA Zone
That's always the compromise, though, it would seem. Unfortunately, frost free winters would almost guarantee early bud break and I'd be forced to do even more shuffling of bonsai in mid to late winter and through our last frost date, as I don't have a cold greenhouse at my disposal. I still may perform some re-pots on less valuable trees in September and see how they fare without frost free protection, perhaps heavily mulched on the ground before the soil freezes. We'll see...I think this graph has some value. It is top of atmosphere, sure. Imagien thre wer no cluds or mist. Then
Sounds right to me. Make sure you get frost free winter storage.