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Gardening News

Gardening Tip #1

The Dwarf Alberta Spruce came through the winter of 2007 with fair browning . The brown is from dehydration that happens in cold winters when the root system is in solid frozen ground, and can't keep the foliage supplied with moisture. Although the foliage is dormant, it still releases a small amount of moisture every day, and in sunny windy weather, that adds up.The good news is that during June's flush of new growth, the brown will get replaced by new green needles in most cases.