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Ask a Master Gardener: Winter survival tips for gardeners

Pruning trees and shrubs in winter to remove dead, damaged or diseased wood can stimulate new growth and allow plantings to grow stronger.  photo / Susana Maro/Pexels

Gazing out your window on a wintry day, you might think that springtime is a distant prospect, but there are many activities you can do this winter to get ready for spring.

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