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tip of the month


  • Cut back faded perennials for the winter
  • Prune trees for the winter so fallen limbs don’t damage your property during snow and ice storms
  • Plant or transplant shrubs and trees now, while they’re dormant, to give them the best opportunity for growth next spring
  • Definitely replenish or replace mulch around trees, shrubs & in bed areas. Make sure mulch is at least 3” to 4” deep for cold weather protection & to reduce heaving.
  • Just because it’s winter, don’t think you don’t need to water! Continue to water plant material, especially newly installed landscapes (if no significant rainfall).


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