Amy Renea
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Winter Gardens

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There may not be flowers, but a few berries persist on the hardiest of plants. While you might have used some for Christmas decor, make sure to leave as many as you can on the plants for the birds that remain. This source of food is vital to them this month. If you did use berries in decorations, be sure to toss them back outdoors for the critters.
Mid-Atlantic. “There may not be flowers, but a few berries persist on the hardiest of plants,” says garden writer Amy Renea. “While you might have used some for Christmas decor, make sure to leave as many as you can on the plants for the birds that remain. This source of food is vital to them this month. If you did use berries in decorations, be sure to toss them back outdoors for the critters.”Get her Mid-Atlantic January checklist

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