Weekly Tip for Nov 02: Outside Winter Prep

<span>Weekly Tip for Nov 02:</span> Outside Winter Prep
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    Get your outside deck and/or patio ready for the winter. Freezing temperatures and freezing rain and snow can cause havoc to wood and concrete.

    Get the information you need to protect the surface and keep your deck beautiful and ready for the Spring.


We hope your enjoyed this weekly Sunday tip.

There are a couple of other winter prep items you should consider before the cold sets in. Let’s review them:

Protect Your Delicate Plants

Fall is in full swing; and it is only a matter of weeks before the cold winter months begin. Get your yard and delicate plants prepared for the Winter. It will help make your Spring much easier to maintain and more beautiful.

Depending on where you live (your temperature zone),

  • in colder regions: you will need to dig up summer bulbs, packed them in peat moss, and store them during the winter in a cool room that will not freeze. And then return them to the garden once the first frost is past.
  • in temperate regions: you can cover summer bulbs with a pile of leaves to form a blanket. Some gardeners fill leave bags and place them over summer bulbs to form a protective barrier during winter snow and freeze. Remove the leaf covering once the first frost has past.
  • cover or bring in delicate plants into the home
  • view our home garden maintenance center for more information

End of Summer Sales

Now that summer has ended, now is a good time to shop garden furniture for next year. See what’s in store in design and style for your next summer outdoor entertainment. Visit your home centers or shop online

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