Winter doesn't mean that gardening has to stop. Winter is a great time, and the ideal time, to do many chores in the garden. ... Read More
Pruning can take place while plants are dormant. This is a great time to see the actual form and structure of a tree or shrub. I love to prune
in winter. I also fertilize in late winter when the ground is bare. The fertilizer will work its way into the soil and be ready for the plant when it starts to grow in spring. Apply anti-desicants to broad leaf evergreens in later winter. You can, if the winter is very mild, try planting some cold weather crops like peas or fava beans. All in all, there many things you can do in late winter to get ready for the approaching spring.
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