What's Coming Up 137: Bare-Root Trees, Cutting Tips, Cutting Jades

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To plant a bare root tree

Tie a tree? Like a stake in its heart!

Chafing over chain fence: Love the division, hate the line!

Bitter's better name for this candy (tuft)

Tip cuttings from the weeks's email

  • Let's have more big flared trees!
  • Bad bulbs multiply
  • Rx to I.D. a plant
  • Shade plant commonalities
  • Stayin'sharp regarding shears and fertilizer, page 9

Scrabbling in the garden: Right word as key to problem I.D.

The basic issue for rotating edibles and ornamentals

Cut-back jade's now cut by cold!

Scattering seed to cover bulbs

Expecting moldy lawns                                            Below: In this issue, snowshoes as essential garden gear!

Big foot, light weight, all good for wet, early spring soil


Oh, the evasive new tree flare!

Cheer the well dressed gardener, boo to gray days in March


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