Follow these tips to protect your plants and everything in your garden for the winter months.
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Tips for preparing your plants for winter. Winter covering trees and shrubs. Wrapping young trees. Protecting your plants in containers. Preparing strawberry plants for winter months.
Many people believe that when the weather turns cooler and leaves begin to fall, it's time to put away garden tools and pack the garden up for winter only to begin again next spring. Winter is THE time to maintain your garden 's health for the perfect start for spring. In as little as a couple of days, you can make a great investment in your garden that will pay off next spring and summer. When nighttime temperatures begin dropping below 45 degrees Fahrenheit for more than four consecutive days or frost is forecast in your area, it is time to begin preparing your garden . Quick Tips to...
Controlling deer damage is a common wish for many homeowners. How is is possible to have an enjoyable landscape with deer continually stopping in to eat? It is possible to encourage deer to move onto greener pastures. Starting with plants that they don't enjoy eating is first. We've heard the term ' deer resistant plants '. However, deer will and do eat absolutely anything if they cannot get food from their normal sources. But, there are steps you as a homeowner can take to protect your landscape from deer . Use landscape plants that don't attract deer Protect...
Just in...the Perennial Plant Association has released the 2018 Plant of the Year and it is the Millenium Allium . The best hybrid ornamental onion , the Millenium is a true butterfly magnet. The large 2 inch wide purple ball blooms sit proudly atop firm stems from mid to late summer. An easy to grow perennial for any size garden. The perfect addition to a pollinator garden . Available here at GreenwoodNursery.com for fall shipping. Get a head start on planting the newest Plant of the Year . Order today!