Michelle Glosser

Its Time To Fertilize Your Trees and Shrubs

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Winter is an excellent time to fertilize ornamental trees and shrubs.

We generally wait until the leaves have fallen and the sap has dropped in the trees before we fertilize. We do this to avoid causing any late-season growth surges. Fertilizing trees and shrubs in the winter ensures that the proper nutrients will be present and available for the plants as soon as they need them in the spring.

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