A gardeners paradise has been transformed into a gardeners nightmare, with some gardeners planting thousands of flowerpots to save them for winter.

Key points:Some gardeners have planted flowers to protect their gardens from the cold and the effects of frostWhat are gardeners doing to prevent the frost?

Many gardeners are planting flowers to save their gardens and keep them warm in winter.

They are planting them in their gardens to protect them from frost, and to prevent frost damage.

Some garden centres and gardeners associations have begun to organise flower-planting events, and the Gardening magazine has reported on how gardeners at the Royal Botanic Gardens have started planting flowers in the gardens.

What do gardeners think of gardeners’ gardening efforts?

Some garden enthusiasts are concerned that the gardeners may be doing the garden a disservice.

“If you plant a plant on the top of a tree and plant it over the top, it doesn’t really matter what you are planting,” said the Duchess of Cambridge.

“But if you are doing a flower-planting event and you are taking a plant from a bush, you will have to take it back into the bush and plant the same plant in the same spot.”

It’s a very, very delicate balance, but it’s what it is.

“I think it’s a wonderful idea, but I don’t think it is fair to be trying to save gardeners money.”

Some people are planting the flowers for the benefit of the community and I think that’s absolutely fair.

“Do gardeners know the difference between planting a flowerpot and planting a snowplow?

Many gardener organisations have suggested that gardeners should not plant flowerpots, but are not quite sure what to do with them.”

They are not plants and you can’t plant them under your foot,” said Catherine White, a spokeswoman for the Royal Gardeners’ Association.”

What you can do is put them on the ground in your garden and plant them when the snow falls.

“The best thing is to put them in your back garden and have them all winter.”

What are some gardening tips for gardeners?

“You can put them over your back, but if you do that, you have to make sure they’re not frost-killed,” said Ms White.

“Then you can put your garden back as usual and you’ll have the same plants in your yard.”

But some garden centres have started to organise gardening events, with the Garding magazine reporting that garden centres in some parts of the country have begun organising flower-pot planting events.

What are the consequences of frost damage?

“The gardeners who are going to do it don’t know what’s going to happen in a few weeks,” said Gardening Magazine’s Catherine White.”[The garden centre] has to be careful because if it gets a bit of frost, you could be down to a few plants and no more.”

What is frost damage and what can you do about it?

“It is very, quite, quite a complicated problem,” said Dr White.

“If you look at the damage caused by frost, it’s pretty serious, so it can’t be left to the frost-tolerant gardeners.”

Frost damage can be very damaging to your garden, so you might have to move the plant over to a different spot, you might need to remove the tree, or you might get an issue with your soil.

“What do you think?”

I don’t really understand why people are trying to stop them,” said Alice Wilson, the director of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Horticulture & Science Centre.”

There are so many people out there who want to save money, who want something more than a flower pot.

“Why not put them under the ground and then have a good winter?”

What we can do as gardeners is make the most of the seasons we have.

“Are gardeners saving money?”

If they do it, I think it might be worth it,” said Anne-Marie, a gardener in South Wales.”

We have gardens in the winter and we have to plant all our winter flowers.

“People can save a lot of money if they just go out and plant a few.”