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Saturday, April 9, 2016

Natural Edging - New Video

New video this week!

But man, what a chilly morning!

I hope you got to protect your plants last night if needed.  Most of the perennials popping up should be ok.  I did cover our peach trees last night since the flower buds were starting to open.  This will be the first fruiting year for these trees and I didn't want to loose the chance for homegrown peaches.

Even with the freeze last night, warmer temps can't be far behind.  Spring is officially here and the days keep getting longer.  Besides making harder to put kids to bed, that means more and more things will be growing, including grass.

This week I'll show you how to cut a "natural edge" to define your planting spaces.  A natural edge gives you a crisp border without the need for additional edging materials.

So enjoy a second (or third) cup of coffee this chilly morning, and later grab a spade and clean up those borders.

Have a great week!

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