It's been quite a while now but since Autumn has already replaced Summer I began thinking about the dormancy period that all Deciduous trees go into. My little trees have been faring very well and they have been flourishing through out the year, and I would like to keep that going for as long as I have them. So the weather will start to change very rapidly, although there are little signs here in North Carolina, and would simply know ahead of time to put them in comfort. The trees are still miniscule so they are planted in the ground, and I won't move them because two trees died on me like that, but it might snow again this year and maybe the next as well but what can I do to keep them alive? It also turns very icy here maybe two or three times per Winter, what do I do then to keep them from freezing? Thank-you.