Preparing Your Garden for Winter

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It's sometimes difficult to motivate yourself to garden when the growing season is over, but there are many reasons you should.

Clearing away diseased and dying plants can help avoid recurring diseases and reduce the amount of pests already in your garden at the start of next year's growing season.

In this video we show why it's worthwhile completing your garden maintenance before winter sets in, and demonstrate a wide variety of tasks, explaining the benefits each will provide for your garden next year.

After you watch this video, check out our Almanac Garden Planner here.

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