23 Gardening Tips For Colder And Warmer Regions In February

23 Gardening Tips For Colder And Warmer Regions In February
Here are some regional tips for gardening in February. However since February weather is so unpredictable, you’ll have to use some judgement. Warmer regions: watch out for cold snaps and be ready to protect tender plants. Start to rejuvenate annual flower beds; keep watering, unless there are restrictions. Propagate some new plants from cuttings, continue... 
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3 Easy Tips On Overwintering Tender Plants

3 Easy Tips On Overwintering Tender Plants
You don’t need a greenhouse to keep your favorites safe. There are three basic methods for keeping tropicals and tender perennials alive through the winter. Warm, bright surroundings are a safe bet. If your plants struggle due to the lack of bright, natural light, consider supplementing the available light with some type of grow light.... 
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4 Ways To Use A Cold Frame In Your Garden

4 Ways To Use A Cold Frame In Your Garden
A cold frame is a simple structure that utilizes solar energy and insulation to create a microclimate within your garden. Here are some ways to use a cold frame in your garden. Overwintering dormant plants. If you love to use tender or tropical plants in your garden but don’t know what to do with them... 
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16 Best Flower Choices For A Bold Winter Garden

16 Best Flower Choices For A Bold Winter Garden
Brighten gray, drizzly days with the  best cool-season flowers, in case th eclimate of your place allows some. Cool-season flowers bring a splash of color to your garden right when you need it most. Where freezes are infrequent, you can plant cheery pansies, snapdragons, English daisies, calendula, candytuft, cineraria, cyclamen, erica, hellebores, Iceland poppy, nemesia,... 
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3 Intriguing And Bold Bark Types To Enliven A Winter Scene

3 Intriguing And Bold Bark Types To Enliven A Winter Scene
Unusual bark characteristics such as bright color, unusual texture, and sheen can draw the eye in a drab winter landscape. Trees and shrubs that have colorful, exfoliating, or shiny bark can make outstanding additions to the winter landscape. Stem colors range from red to yellow to orange. Coral-bark Japanese maple, Tatarian dogwood, Alleman’s Compact, Bud’s... 
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How To Treat Winter Damage On Yews

How To Treat Winter Damage On Yews
Winter’s chill can harm many types of trees, including yews. Contrary to what you might think, winter injury to yews doesn’t generally follow an extremely cold winter. This winter injury occurs after extreme temperature fluctuations rather than prolonged cold weather. Browning of yews may be caused by many other factors as well. Yew winter damage... 
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5 Useful Late Winter Gardening Tips

5 Useful Late Winter Gardening Tips
Late winter is far away but still you need to know what to do before that. Here are some useful tips: Potting forced bulbs. Starting your Allium crops, such as garlic and leeks. Planning the vegetable garden and purchasing seeds. Spreading organic mulch over perennial fruit and vegetable gardens. Trimming off broken and dead branches... 
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7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors

7 Unique Ways To Use Christmas Lights Outdoors
We’ve seen lots of ways to brighten your yard or porch for the holidays, and today we are sharing some unique ways. Starlit globes. Create outdoor chandeliers by wrapping lights around old wine-barrel hoops, then suspending them from the branches of a large tree. Fire without the flame. Keep a firepit glowing all season with... 
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