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Prevent Winter Damage from Moles and Voles
It is a common misconception that moles and voles hibernate during the winter, when in fact, they simply dig deeper tunnels to escape the cold and they continue eating ferociously throughout the winter. Deeper burrows and occasional snow cover, combined with our own tendency to go outside less often in cold weather, makes their signature […]
Pruning Roses in the Winter
Time to Order Seeds!
It’s time for the seed catalogs to start arriving! I look forward to opening my mailbox in January, which makes me different than about 99% of the population, I know. I look forward to the glossy pictures and gardening dreams that arrive with my seed catalogs. (My credit card bills are ever-present. They aren’t any […]
Squirrel Proofing your Bulbs
Now is the time for All-Season Deer Repellent
Winter is almost upon us, and with it, less tender vegetation for deer to eat. In northern climes, leftover grain from harvests will soon be covered with snow. What does that mean for avid gardeners? All but your most prickly, foul tasting (at least, for deer), trees and shrubs become targets for hungry pests. If […]
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