Welcome gardening friends, thanks for stopping by!
If you’re excited to work in your yard or garden, but not sure what to do in the Winter weather, then you’ve come to the right place! We’ve put together a list of things to do to keep your yard in top shape.
You may not need to do everything on this list. For example, if you don’t have a Christmas tree to recycle or trees branches to watch for heavy snow, skip over those items on the list. Just pick what applies to your home and yard and plan out when you will do it all throughout the month!
January & February Gardening To-Do List
➺Recycle your fresh-cut Christmas tree, many cities offer recycling services at no cost
➺Remove outdoor Christmas lights and store until next year
➺Remove Snow From Driveway before driving on it, compacted snow is difficult to remove and quickly turns to ice
➺Watch Trees during and after big snow storms, they may need snow knocked from their branches to avoid breakage
➺Make A List of your favorite flowers & veggies so you will be ready to buy seeds in March
➺Draw A Diagram on paper of next year’s garden
Don’t miss our March To-Do List!
Want to print a handy checklist for every month? We have a great ebook coming soon, and we’re offering it for FREE because we love you! Check back soon, we don’t want you to miss it!
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