Anyone know of a good VFT variety to survive outside in NS weather?
How does he do this? I live in Ottawa and I have lived in quebec, and it gets much lower than 0 celcius, and can get to -40 celcius at times. Does not seem like they can be left outdoors.Labine keeps a lot of types of vfts outdoors year round in quebec. I think he ssaid its zone 3 there.
If you can, I have just put up a thread asking about the fridge dormency. I'd love your advice on my questions, as you, @Lloyd Gordon, have helped me in the past when I had questions!If they're in ground, protected by mulch and snow (and isolated from ground water and runoff), they should stay at just above 0°C all winter. You can test a site with a thermometer. Fridge is safe, too.