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What’s Missing in Your Landscape: Winter Edition

By Jocelyn Bonesteel This is a three-part series that will help you use your winter landscape to determine what you may be missing in your landscape all year. Once the coziness of Christmas is over, all the lights come down, and decorations are put away, winter landscapes can look a little bare. The holidays filled … more »

Pruning After a Freeze

  Pruning After a Freeze  Why prune after a freeze? When leaves and buds get too cold and freeze, the plant will still send nutrients to the damaged leaves and buds. The plant is still semi-supporting the damaged leaves. When they are removed, the plant can put more energy toward new growth. Pruning is also … more »