When it’s time to prune roses, use these easy tips for success in growing them and getting more blooms from your roses.
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Improve the looks of large trees such as oak, elm and poplar when you “limb up” low branches. This gentle pruning gives your landscape a more polished look.
Inspect your summer landscape and make sure it’s ready for unpredictable storms.
The cornerstone of proper tree care, pruning invigorates trees and shrubs. A sensible trim keeps trees looking good, maintains tree health and wards off pests and diseases by eliminating unhealthy branches.
Take time to prune, rake and mulch your yard now to make it easier next gardening season.
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Prep your garden now for a healthier garden later.
Lilies may look like divas, but once planted, they require very little care.
Hurricanes wreak havoc on gardens, so start preparing long before the winds blow.
Prune your roses now for beauty through fall.
Pinch and prune flowering shrubs, hedges and perennials to keep the flowers coming.
Planting brightly colored annuals is instant and consistent gratification. Either in planters or in the ground, annuals liven up your garden with summer-long color.