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    • Saja Montague

      protect your hydrangeas during winter... Probably good for any perennial that needs a little help overwintering... easy to do with 5 wood stakes & some chicken wire

    • Abby Rowett

      Protect hydrangeas during winter... Just bloody brilliant! Probably good for any perennial that needs a little help overwintering...

    • Vicki Montgomery

      protect your hydrangeas during winter... Just bloody brilliant! Probably good for any perennial that needs a little help overwintering... ~~I wonder if this would work for blueberries~~

    • Michelle Binaghi

      Photo: Great way to protect your Hydrangeas or any Delicate Perennials from the harsh Winter! Use Chicken Wire, Garden stakes and a whole bush of Leaves to cover those plants!

    • Graciela Sbertoli

      protect your hydrangeas during winter... Just brilliant! Probably good for any perennial that needs a little help overwintering... Chicken wire and fill in with leaves! (press them in)

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      Protect plants during winter with Wood stakes & chicken wire

    • Tanya Murray

      protect your hydrangeas during winter... #gardening #tips

    • Renna Hanlon

      Protecting hydrangeas, or other overwintering plants.

    • ╰✿⊰ Karen Linn ⊱✿╮

      Hydrangea Winter Protecting

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