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Winter Garden Checklist for Mild Climates

Winter garden checklist for mild climates

In mild regions (Zones 8-11), winter doesn’t signal the end of the garden season. You can tackle plenty of chores as the new year begins, from planting and pruning, to spraying and fertilizing. Don’t know where to begin with winter garden chores? Use this to-do list as your guide.

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