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Hand pruners are good for cutting stems less than a half inch in diameter.

Week of November 21, 2022

Hand pruners are good for cutting stems less than a half inch in diameter.

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Paperwhite narcissus can be forced in just three to five weeks.

Week of November 14, 2022

Paperwhite narcissus can be forced in just three to five weeks.

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Be sure to keep up regular mowing until the lawn stops growing.

Week of November 7, 2022

Be sure to keep up regular mowing until the lawn stops growing.

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Don’t prune Hydrangea macrophylla in fall as buds of many cultivars form on “old” wood.

Week of October 31, 2022

Don’t prune Hydrangea macrophylla in fall as buds of many cultivars form on “old” wood.

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Dig gladiolus, dahlia, canna, and other tender bulbs.

Week of October 24, 2022

Dig gladiolus, dahlia, canna, and other tender “bulbs.”

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Plant garlic now but wait until the ground freezes to mulch with straw.

Week of October 17, 2022

Plant garlic now but wait until the ground freezes to mulch with straw.

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Plant tulip bulbs at a depth at least 2–3 times the size of the bulb.

Week of October 10, 2022

Plant tulip bulbs at a depth at least 2–3 times the size of the bulb.

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Mix a batch of potting soil for winter use.

Week of October 3, 2022

Mix a batch of potting soil for winter use.

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Plant tree peonies.

Week of September 26, 2022

Plant tree peonies.

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Plant astilbes in low, damp areas.

Week of September 19, 2022

Plant astilbes in low, damp areas.

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