Spring Garden Tips
Evaluate Your Landscape

Take time to evaluate the success, challenges and failures of each growing season. Look for ways to improve the beauty and productivity of your landscape while decreasing water and pesticide use. It may mean moving plants to a location that better matches their needs, thinning plants to increase air circulation and decrease disease or mulching the garden to conserve moisture, reduce weeds and eventually improve the soil.

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