Keeping your flowers protected with a cover will help lengthen their survival during times of frost or temperatures below 55 degrees.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
A winter landscape is a beautiful sight, particularly when under a protective blanket of snow. Take a few extra steps to protect trees, shrubs, sidewalks and structures from heavy, wet snow and ice.
Early winter weather is becoming the norm. If suddenly the forecast calls for snow, try these tips to help protect your plants.
When fluffy flakes turn into icy patches, make your outdoor steps and walkways safe by de-icing.
Winters can take a toll on your lawn and hardscapes. A few simple steps before the first snow will ensure your drive and grass stay in tip-top shape.
Some landscapes have suffered from extreme cold and wild weather caused by the polar vortex. Here’s how to help your trees, shrubs, and other plants rebound from the winter damage.
When snow mounds up on your landscape, all of that weight can be damaging to plants and structures.