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Fall has ended and the lush greens of spring seem so far off. But the onset of winter doesn't mean you can't spend time outdoors. There are snowmen to build, sleds to ride and, of course, driveways to clear. And you can always look forward to a cup of hot chocolate.

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Winter Pruning

Pruning your trees and other deciduous shrubs in the late winter is just as important as it is during any other season. Doing so helps stimulate growth, and maintains the size and shape of plants' keeping them healthy and strong. With the right tips and knowledge, you can give your plants the care they need to survive throughout the winter and thrive come springtime.

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Winter Lawncare Damage Control

Between the snow, ice, chilling temperatures and harsh winds, your yard goes through a lot each winter. Such conditions can leave you with a damaged lawn, trees or plants. Make sure your yard is ready for inclement weather with these winter lawn care tips to keep it in tip-top shape all season long.

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Winter Vegetable Gardens

For some, vegetable gardening is a hobby. For others, it is a way to provide healthy, homegrown meals at the kitchen table. Whatever the reason, make sure you know how to carry your vegetable garden efforts well into the late-fall and winter season with these gardening tips.

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