We're expecting a killing frost across the region this week. Time to dig up and/or bring in plants you want to keep through the winter.
Cooperative Extension's Amy Ivy takes cuttings from her geraniums - it's very easy to propagate those in potting mix for blooms in mid-winter. Nasturtium cuttings flourish in a jar of water on a window sill.
You can always try digging up and potting herbs and other favorites to bring inside — some do better than others. And a note: tender "summer" bulbs, including glads and dahlias should come out soon for winter storage. [full story