Protect plants now that temperatures turn cold at night

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DENVER -- We’re talking  about all of your indoor plants which are still outdoors this fall … if you want them to last you’d better move them inside now.

“[Wednesday] night and [Thursday] night the temps could hit the 32-degree mark,” said Candace Wickstrom of City Floral Gardens.

“With the ground cooling off now it’s time to say goodbye to summer plants and to begin planting bulbs for spring … crocus, daffodils, and hyacinths. "Oh, and of course those tulips which make the yard super pretty.”

If you take a look at the video story, you will meet the "best yard gardener" in Denver. Her yard is to die for, with more than … I can’t even guess … she has plants out front, on the side, in the side yard, in her house, in her patio garden and the colors … so beautiful!

So, cover up any plants you want to leave for yet another sunny day. If you don’t, they will surely fade into fall when the temps fall below freezing.