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Category Archives: Winter Season

Winter Damage to Evergreens

When most people think of evergreens, they think of a hearty tree that does not lose its leaves during the winter months. Evergreens get their name because they are green throughout all of the seasons. However, winter damage to evergreens can occur. It is important to make sure that you are properly caring for any […]

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Backyard BirdWatching Tips

When you are staring out your windows on those gray winter days, it can be easy to become discouraged. One of the ways to add some color to your backyard might just come in the form of some friendly critters with wings. Blue jays, cardinals, chickadees, and goldfinches are wonderful chirpers that likely call your […]

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Winter Yard Planting Tips

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Winter is one of the best times of year to take to the garden, although a lot of people wouldn’t associate the winter season with their regular gardening routine. If you want your garden to look great throughout the year, you have to take the right care of it during the seasonal changes: Winter is […]

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Pine Trees Winter Care

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Pine trees are some of the most majestic and recognizable trees in the world. These fragrant, cone-bearing conifers come from the Pinus genus and are favored for their easy maintenance and unique needles. Although pine trees remain green throughout the year, they are not immune to all cold-weather risks. Here are some Pine Trees winter […]

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Best Winter Trees To Plant

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One tree does not have a particular advantage over the other. This time of the year most deciduous trees (trees with leaves) go into dormancy, and that is the best time to field dig and plant winter trees before the ground freezes. The concept is to plant winter trees when it is dormant so all […]

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Winter Damage

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Well, we are almost through the winter damage season. We’ve started getting phone calls seeking advice on what to do with some of your plants. While most gardens have come through the winter season just fine, some plants are looking a little worse. Here are some things you can do: WINTER DAMAGE Broken Branches Any […]

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