February

Pacific Northwest Gardening in February

Winter Daphne

Winter Daphne

“No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.”
― Hal Borland

  • Plant bare root fruit trees and roses, as well as raspberries, blueberries and grapes.
  •  Weed and mulch
  •  Prune off dead wood on shrubs and trees
  •  Move plants if necessary, while dormant
  •  Look for signs of spring with early bulbs, crocus and snowdrops, daphne, sarcococca and witchhazel.
  •  Apply dormant sprays as needed.
  •  Prune roses.
  •  Renew yourself at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show!

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