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Re: Winterizing Garden

venies.place wrote:
> Have any of you started this process yet?  I was thinking about it but it
> was 90 degrees yesterday and today.  It is kind of hard to think about this
> when things are still blooming!  When would you start this process?  I am a
> newbie this year!
I don't really do too much when it comes to winterizing.  Mostly just
clean the old foliage off the irises and daylilies. The hosta foliage
I don't ususally bother with, I leave it as a sort of self-mulch for the
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