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How to Grow Trees in a Greenhouse All Winter.?

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1. Move the trees into the greenhouse before your area's first frost. Although your trees may be frost-hardy, it's a good idea to move all the trees before any are damaged. This also allows you to prepare your greenhouse before temperatures drop. 2.
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