The weather is beautiful and the sun is shining.

However, it can be a bit chilly in winter, especially in the north, and many people would rather spend time outside than indoors.

This is especially true in areas such as Windsor where there are a few places where you can grow a lot of plants and get plenty of sunlight.

Here are a couple of tips to make sure your garden is up to snuff in winter: 1.

Keep a close eye on how much sun is coming through.

If you are in an area with a lot sun, it may take longer to start flowering.

If it’s not too cold, you can plant in early spring.

It will help to bring in the sun, which will help the plants to flower faster.


Use your winter watering schedule to help keep your plants watered.

If your plants are getting too dry, add a bit of water to help the water get through and keep the plant from drying out.


Check your garden’s climate regularly to make certain it’s in good condition.

Keep an eye on the weather conditions throughout the year to see if your plants need any extra care.

If the weather is warm enough in spring and summer, you should see a good amount of flowers in your garden.

However if you’re in an urban area, keep an eye out for snow and ice on the ground or in the trees and it may not be as noticeable.