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March is a good month for planting Rhubarb, Asparagus and strawberries. Even if you do not have or want a strawberry patch, planting a few at random in flower beds make weeding and watering in future months a little more pleasant if you have fresh berries to snack on....
Cut ornamental perennial grasses back to between two and four inches from the ground. DO NOT prune the evergreen varieties. Simply comb any brown or broken leaves out with your hand. Be sure to wear gloves as some varieties have seriated leaf edges. Divide Rhubarb...
If it snows – especially heavy wet snow – prevent limb breakage by knocking snow off early. Evergreen magnolias, pyramidal cedars, arborvitaes and sweet gum trees are most vulnerable. Don’t forget to keep plants under eaves well-watered. Winter damage on trees and...
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Poulsbo, WA 98370