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Trimming Plants for Spring | The Gray Boxwood

Spring preparations are well underway at The Farm – finally! Although some days may still be cold and dreary, I am finding time to get the plants ready for the coming months. Before certain plants start to leaf out and show new growth, it is important to cut them back and prepare them for a new season. Roses, ornamental grasses and certain Sedums need to be maintained before they start to grow. These early trimmings will help your plants be fuller and more beautiful!

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  1. We live in Massachusetts. I just bought blue holly bushes. Do you know how I keep them healthy over winter, so can plant them next Spring?