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Heeling In. I've had questions from folks about what to do with potted perennials and shrubs for the winter. The absolute best way to overwinter them is to heel them into the ground. Here, I unpotted some daylily, dug a trench and put them in, and covered the roots up with the soil and mulch. EASY! They are all tucked in for the winter and will do just great. In the spring, I'll just pop them out and repot them. This process can also be used if you're not ready to plant out extra plants in the summer. It keeps the roots moist, cool, and happy! So Heel'm In!