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Florist: don't rush to bring plants inside as weather gets colder

LA CROSSE, WI - As the weather gets colder, people who plant and garden outside need to start thinking ahead to winter. However, garden experts say you don't have to rush to bring plants inside.

In fact, plants like Kale thrive in temperatures as low as 30 degrees.

The owner of La Crosse Floral says it's best to wait until the ground freezes. "Don't be afraid of when the temperatures are in the upper 30's or maybe even above 30, because it helps knock down bugs on your plants, so leave them out still," said Linda Zoerb from La Crosse Floral.

If you're not ready to stop playing in the dirt, Zoerb recommends seeding for grass and planting trees.


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