Winterizing Your Woolly School Garden

Nov 21, 2013

No one wants to do it, but believe us winterizing your garden will only make you happier in the spring! Schools may choose if they want to leave their gardens up or take them down, and both are options while neither are necessary. If taking them down will work best for you, please be sure to clean and let them dry thoroughly before storing away for the winter. Be sure your storage spot is dry and out of the way. Whether you leave them up or take them down we wanted to share these useful tips and suggestions from Hubert P. Conlon, UT Extension Area Specialist in Ornamental Horticulture.You can start here!

Questions, Suggestions and Happy Thoughts can be sent to schools@woollypocket.com.

 

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