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Community Gardening

Clean up and destroy any fallen, spoiled or mummified grapes and tree fruits that may harbor diseases over the winter.

Remove spent flowers and foliage of perennials after they are damaged by frost.

Roll up and store garden hoses on a warm, sunny day. It’s hard to get a cold hose to coil into a tight loop.

Plant tulips now that soil temperatures are cooling off.

Dig and divide overcrowded rhubarb clumps now.

Remove and compost all plant debris from the vegetable garden to eliminate hiding places where insect pests may overwinter.

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