As we begin to move into the colder months here in Colorado, I’m hoping to get some advice on overwintering. For conifers (e.g., atlas cedar, nana, and hinoki) and deciduous (e.g., trident, acer, beech) trees that can stand up to colder temperatures, how much protection do folks generally provide? We live in the metro area and don’t have quite enough space for a greenhouse, but we do have a garage. I’ve also heard window wells can offer some protection (which we can make use of as well). Thank you in advance!