With chilly temperatures and the possibility of snow on the ground, it isn't a time that many people think about tending to their gardens. However, there are many things that can be done to prepare for the coming spring and summer. In the first part of this series, we have excellent advice from Barbara Hegman
, founder of Plantjotter
, an online gardening journal.
1. Research and attend gardening related classes offered over the next couple of months. I reference the local horticulture societies, Arboretum, master gardener websites and local publications.
2. Schedule an appointment with an arborist to prune trees before