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Over Winter

The winter months are an important part of a tree’s life cycle. Although deciduous trees lack leaves and apparent vitality during the winter, this dormant period actually serves an important purpose—namely the renewal of vital energy reserves for the following year’s...

Time to prune

Trees go into dormancy during winter making it the ideal time for you to prune. We recommend pruning trees while they are young to establish good structure and to prevent damage in the future, such as limb failure. Here are Canopy's five steps to pruning young trees:...

Continue to water when there is no rain

Continue to keep your tree watered when there is no rain during the winter months: Water young trees every week or every two weeks. Use about 10-15 gallons for each watering. It's especially important to water newly planted trees to help them recover from the stress...

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