Winter storm

  1. After winter storms, check your trees for damage

    After winter storms, check your trees for damage
    Two apple trees, coated in ice following an ice storm, with the sun shining bright in the afternoon sky. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) After winter storms, inspect trees and bushes for damage. Make clean cuts where there are ragged tears and breaks to minimize fungal infection opportunity. Prop fallen trees back up, if the root system has not been damaged...
  2. November: Prepare potted plants for winter weather

    November: Prepare potted plants for winter weather
    If you have not yet experienced your first fall frost, as your first frost date approaches, prepare hardy plants you are growing outdoors in containers for winter. Plant roots are generally not as cold hardy as the top of the plant, so they need to be protected from freezing during severe winter weather. Potted Plants (Photo credit: PinkMoose) Sink containers to the rim...

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