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The Smart Gardener's Guide to Winterizing Plants

Sep 28, 2018 12:01:00 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Plant Care Winter Landscaping Tips Plants

Winter is coming! Harvests will be coming in, the weather is cooling down, and summer blooms are fading. Now is the time to prepare your garden both for winter, and for spring, when it will burst once again with color and life. Plants are unique and have different specifications for winterizing. Be sure you know them all before the snow comes!

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McKay's Top 14 Fall Color Plants

Sep 14, 2018 12:01:00 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Plant Care Winter Landscaping Tips Plants

Fall is known for it’s majestic yellows, oranges, reds and purples painting stunning Midwest landscapes. If you're looking to achieve autumn color in your landscape, but don't know where to start, here are McKay's top 14 fall color plant picks to give you some ideas.

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Hydrangeas - When and How to Prune

Apr 26, 2018 10:01:27 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Plant Care Winter Landscaping Tips

prune-hydrangeas

Time your pruning right and you'll enhance your hydrangeas' flowers. Time it wrong and you’ll prune away the flower buds you’ve been yearning for. Fortunately, hydrangea pruning is simple when you understand the basics, including these pointers for popular types...

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Must See Tips for Your Plants to Survive Winter

Dec 15, 2016 3:58:14 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Winter Tips

Not only are we talented landscapers and gardeners, we're talented listeners, too. We've heard you loud and clear and came up with a handy winter checklist to keep you and your garden in check during the "off-season".

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Pruning 101 - When to Prune Your Plants

Sep 9, 2016 4:32:28 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Plant Care Winter Landscaping Tips Plants

Get ready to be busy this fall & winter! Your ultimate pruning guide is finally here! Plus, we have a step-by-step video on how to prune and how it benefits your plant. 

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