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  • Prune rose bushes by 30-50% around Valentine’s Day. Make each cut just above a bud.

  • Prune shrubs: first remove any dead or damaged branches, then thin out by removing 1/3 of the oldest stems at ground level, and shape the rest of the plant following its natural form.


  • Plant cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and potatoes.


  • Feed the birds. Don’t forget fresh water!


  • Begin clean-up in the garden and landscape. Remove weeds and debris, prune out dead foliage and cut back perennials.

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