Cheshire, United Kingdom
Hi all. What a great site! My partner and I have just started getting into gardening and want to populate our rear plot with interesting, mainly foliar plants. We have two 3 foot Cordylines, red ones which suffered badly in the recent frosts. This was mainly due to our inexperience and the suddenness and severity of the cold. When the weather struck, we put the cordies in the shed to be out of the weather but it didn't help. Too dark, I think. So now they are back outside but tied up. I'll be keeping a close eye on them and will let you know how they do but if there's anything else I can do for them, anyt advice would be well received.
- 28 Dec, 2010