I've got an Agave that's getting too big for the greenhouse (it's about 3 feet wide at the mo), and was thinking about actually planting it outside while it will still fits through the door
Although that'll be a job in itself. It stays in the greenhouse all winter (unheated) and is fine, I figured if I built a frame for it in the winter and kept it covered it would be ok? I'll obviously slightly elevate it in the ground and mix in plenty of stone and gravel for drainage.
If I don't move it now I'll never get it out the greenhouse and it's taking up too much room. I would, however, be really upset if it didn't survive outside, but i figure if I keep it covered it would be no different than being in the greenhouse. I live in Kent (South East England), our winters are not too bad, we had a severe winter year before last and it survived in the greenhouse for that one. I can't remember how long I've had it for but it's always lived in the greenhouse.
Thanks in advance
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