Well, we’ve had our first snow storm for the 2010/2011 season! The snow came early this year, so it’s important for all gardeners to prepare their flowers, trees, shrubs, and other plants for winter if you haven’t already done so.
Many plants can be vulnerable to our chilly and snowy winter season, so take the necessary steps to protect them to ensure a healthy spring and summer blooming season next year. It’s important to carefully look at the various trees, shrubs, bushes, flowers and other plants that make up your landscape to determine the care they will need.
The feeding, fertilization, watering and care of each plant will vary, so it’s important to give each plant what it needs now to prepare for winter. Some plants will need to be pruned to create even borders in the snow, while others will need a healthy dose of fertilization to survive the winter.
Proper fall garden preparation can lessen the work necessary in the spring, and will cut down on the cost considerably. It can also make your garden a year-round source of inspiration.
Check out some beautiful winter gardens we’ve designed over the past few seasons