When creating a wildflower-rich habitat to support pollinators, choose native plants which are easily adaptable to local soils and climates. Native plants are also usually the best sources of nectar and pollen for native pollinators. Native plants are lower in their maintenance requirements. They do not need fertilizers and are less likely to become weedy.
Terra-cotta pots are porous and can easily crack if left outdoors in winter weather. Be sure to properly clean and store all pots for winter so they can be reused in the spring!
Now is a great time to lightly prune espalier trees.
When growing rosemary indoors over the winter, be sure to keep the soil moist at all times for healthy plants.