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Creating Winter

   |  Posted Dec 16th, 2016 @ 4:10pm


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Looking out your window in late January, the predominant colors you'll see are shades of brown, gray, and, if we have snow, white. Evergreen trees and shrubs provide some relief, but the view is still pretty neutral. An excellent way to brighten the dead of winter is to plant trees and shrubs that possess colorful fruit or bark, or plants with interesting shapes. Take a look at your winter landscape now, and decide if spring planting this year should include plants for winter interest.

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Contributing: Taun Beddes

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