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5 Steps to Spring and Autumn Garden Cleanup


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5 Steps to Spring and Autumn Garden Cleanup
By Ann Katelyn, guest writer for transients.info: Spring is the season when plants wake up from their dormancy to resume active growth. Thus, your garden must be well-prepared to accommodate new growth among your shrubs and trees. Problems in the garden caused by the winter season must be remedied.

On the other hand, autumn is when the temperatures cool down and leaves begin to fall from trees. This is in preparation for their dormant period throughout winter. Regardless, homeowners should tend to their gardens during these seasons. With this in mind, let’s identify the 5 steps to spring and autumn garden cleanup.
Spring in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres

If you are wondering whether these tasks are for gardeners in the northern or southern...
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