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How to decorate your garden in winter

Dec 4, 2014 10:11:07 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Problem Solvers Gardening 101 How-to Guide

Winter Interest Plants and Holiday Decorating – Holiday greens, brilliant berries, graceful grasses and colorful twigs make for a breathtaking view in a barren winter landscape scene. With the long Midwest winters, it is important to choose plants for your landscape that have year-round interest.

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November Landscaping Tips

Nov 7, 2014 11:41:38 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Gardening 101 How-to Guide

November Landscaping Tips – This weekend is a great time to turn on your hose and give your Boxwood, Japanese Yews, and evergreens one good last soaking before the ground freezes.

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How to Winterize Your Shrub Roses

Nov 4, 2014 10:45:09 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Problem Solvers Gardening 101 How-to Guide

How to Winterize Your Shrub Roses – It's that time of year again to winterize your shrub roses. The end of November is the best time to insulate the base with a little extra mulch for the long winter ahead.

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Fall is the best time to plant!

Sep 23, 2014 11:19:10 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Gardening 101 How-to Guide

Fall Landscaping - Fall is here! If your summer got busy and you put off some much-needed landscaping projects, no need to fear. There is plenty of time to plant. Any die-hard gardener knows the secret that fall is actually the BEST time for planting trees and shrubs. The temperatures are cooler and plants can get established and strong before next spring.

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Everything to know about bare root plants!

Sep 9, 2014 1:56:49 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Gardening 101 Plants & Flowers

What are bare root plants? – Bare root plants are dug in the late fall and early spring while they are still dormant in the field. The soil is removed from their roots and then stored in a temperature-controlled cooler starting in October and into late spring as late as June for future shipping and planting.

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