I have my jbp in wind proof tents covered by leaves and mulch. This is the pot only of course the upper part is exposed to the air not wind due to the tent. The temps will fall into the 12-19 range farenheit of course. Is this something I should really worry about and should I yank them into the garage. Or let them handle the winter, they are in 10 gallon pots so the pot is fairly large, much larger then the plant. This was done to cushion the impact of winter. I placed a pot within a pot I did not transplant anything.
The scott pine could not care less that thing is still growing, As soon as the ground thaws a bit I need to spade around the pine so the roots don't get extreme. I also have a spruce that after a no no noise trunk chop blew out with branches... I have a plan for it(I can picture it I just need to be able make it happen).. anyway this is a jbp question and I went on rambling sorry