Can a dog kennel be converted to a shed to over-winter daylilies
I live in central PA in zone 5/6. We sometimes get snow but not always early or enough to make a good insulator. Last year I stored my potted daylilies against the east, and south side of my house on top of bark mulch. They did okay, but I lost more than I thought I would. (I think my husband covered them to much with leaves, or I didn't get them off soon enough.) I would like to convert the dog kennel, approx. 20' x 8' into some type of 'holding pen'. Our German Shepherd dog is in the house with us. The kennel has a galv. roof, wire sides, and a wooden frame with a concrete floor. I do a lot of my potting there and it seems like it should be able to be converted to something I can use over the winter. I already have 6mil plastic and I can add foam insulation where ever it might be needed. I don't want a greenhouse to grow plants over the winter, just a nursery for my daylilies.
Here is a photo of what I have to work with -
Thank you. Jane