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For Healthier Plants Next Spring, Water Now!

Dry winter air and fluctuating temperatures can lead to low soil moisture. The precipitation we do get in the form of snow and ice can run off unpredictably as it melts, leading to localized dry spots on hills and crowned earth. The result is that shrubs and trees can lose internal moisture all winter. Water deciduous trees, shrubs and evergreens once a month whenever the ground is not frozen and the temperature is over 45 degrees. Provide a long, slow trickle of water to soak deep roots. You’ll be rewarded with a stronger, healthier landscape when warm weather returns.