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What To Do in January for Your Texas Garden

Your brain may be thinking “What! It’s winter,” but January is the time to start prepping your Texas garden for spring. There really is a lot to be done and if you organize you tasks appropriately to the month you can spread out the work and not be playing catch up when spring rolls around.

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Cold Frames: A Winter How-to Guide

It is officially winter, but that doesn’t mean your gardening efforts need to come to a halt. You can use cold frames to extend your growing season and to get an early start on your spring garden.

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evergreens

Evergreens Add Year-Round Beauty to Your Garden

At this time of year as deciduous trees are shedding their leaves you may become wistful at the idea of having green trees or shrubs in your yard all year long. Evergreens are popular because of their green foliage throughout all four seasons and also because of the many beautiful shapes and sizes that are available.

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Protect Your Sprinkler System This Winter

Hopefully your sprinkler system has served you well during the growing season. Now is the time to winterize so you will get many more years of good service. A little TLC before the freezing months will help prevent damage to seals and cracked pipes. While taking the time to winterize may seem daunting to you please know that fixing a broken underground system can be quite costly. That should provide enough incentive to protect your sprinkler system this winter.

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