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I am trying to put my brug (Dr. Seuss) to sleep. I don't have access to a garage or crawl space.
This is what I did over a period of a few weeks.
I pruned her pretty thoroughly
I placed her pruning’s in water (they are developing those little white nubies:)
I placed her, pot and all in a larger pot filled with an additional 4-6 inches of dirt.
I put her in shade on my patio giving her the occasional brief watering.
Then last night (it was mighty cold here)
I covered her in burlap.
As I was typing this I realized that I should have added mulch to her:(
I placed several burlap bags over and around her.
My question is this. Given that temperatures will continue to fluctuate, what do you think the chances of her surviving this treatment rather than rotting?
Anyone have any ideas?
Marlene (who will mark this so I can find it later to read your answers:)