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- THE BENEFITS OF MULCH IN YOUR GARDENS
- TURNING YOUR LAWN INTO A “GREEN CARPET” THIS SPRING
- CARING FOR YOUR “GREEN CARPET” LAWN
- STARTING YOUR NEW “GREEN CARPET” LAWN
- CORN GLUTEN MEAL AS WEED CONTROL?
- GRUB DAMAGE IN YOUR LAWN THIS SPRING?
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Cold-Climate Instructions: 1. In early fall, stop cutting roses and let plants form hips (seedpods) as they prepare naturally for winter. 2. After the first frost in fall, protect plants from the potential damage caused by freezing and thawing cycles by piling soil over … Continue reading