Storing Garden Products over the Winter?
I have an unheated garden shed in my back yard. I am thinking about storing the left-over garden products in the shed over the winter, instead of wintering them in the unheated garage which attached to the house, and is warmer -- insulation, insulated garage door, etc. The question I have is whether the cold temperatures of the unheated shed will affect the performance of these products next summer. These are things like Round-up, Brush & Weed Killer, Grass Killer, Ozmacote granular fertilizer, and a product you apply to tree suckers that reduces significantly the problem of keeping scrub oak out of landscaped beds.
So, what do you guys think? Should I go ahead and move them to the shed? Or should I over-winter them in the garage?
Thanks for your help.