Mild UK autumn weather changes

It has been a glorious and almost never ending  Autumn with temperatures remaining roughly one degree higher than normal. Walking through Green Park in London I noticed that many trees still have very green leaves. Nature  paints a beautiful picture in Autumn and it has been wonderful to enjoy the sun and mild weather well into November.

All of this is about to change this week as much colder weather drifts in from the Artic bringing predicted frosts and even snow in some areas which is bad news for gardeners.   http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/features/24944891

The risks of frost damage and snow can be reduced by taking some simple steps to protect the plants in your garden now before the cold weather arrives.

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