March is the time to reassess and evaluate, including your landscape. So here’s the Thursday health tip for those landscapes that may be worse for wear. It's no secret that high damaging winds and winter storms cause havoc to our plant materials. To keep things in tune, a regular checkup cannot be ignored. Here’s one from the Annie archives to remind everyone about the importance of a good prune. http://blog.bilowzassociates.com/2010/03/to-prune-or-not-to-prune.html
L.M. Montgomery pointed out, “I'm not a bit changed--not really. I'm only just pruned down and branched out. The real ME--back here--is just the same.” Make sure you do the proper pruning so your landscape looks fabulous this spring.
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Image of an Apple Tree in Need of a Good Prune by Ann Bilowz
Happy Gardening. Annie