Planttalk Colorado™ provides reliable, timely information on more than 500 horticultural topics.
|Fall & Winter Interest
When choosing trees and shrubs for a home landscape, don't forget to plan for fall and winter. Learn more
Insect overwintering is frequently used to refer to a sort of hibernation undertaken by insects to survive the cold temperatures. Learn more
|Pruning Shade Trees
More extensive pruning should be done in late winter/early spring, unless you have a sappy tree, like maples or fruit trees. Learn more
In winter, Holly's vibrant green foliage provides forage for deer, and the berries attract summer birds. Learn more
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