10 Ways to Care for Indoor Plants in Winter

Your houseplants may be warm and cozy inside, but they still know it’s winter. Their outdoor cousins have already become dormant, slowing their growth and focusing on conserving their energy until the longer days and warmer temperatures of spring encourage them to emerge. Your houseplants may be safe from the elements, but they will still…

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Winter Pruning Tips: Deciduous Plants

Winter is an excellent time to prune deciduous trees and shrubs. It is easier to prune because you can more clearly see the structure of the plant without all the leaves attached. It is also healthier for the plant to prune it while it is dormant. If you wait until spring during the flush of…

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Raking Leaves Not as Good as Mowing Them!

Next to pulling weeds, raking leaves is probably our least favorite garden task. But wait! The fallen leaves can actually be a great benefit to your lawn. Instead of raking, bagging and disposing of the leaves, use a mulching mower and turn the leaves into compost. Benefits of Mulching Leaves – What’s not to Love?…

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