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Winter Burn: It's Damaging Your Evergreens Right Now

Winter Burn In Evergreens

 Have you noticed dried out, yellowed areas on your evergreens trees and broadleaf winterburnonboxwoodevergreens such as box wood and holly? This is known and winter burn and it is easily prevented. Surprisingly, early spring is often the time your plants are most at risk for winter burn. This weekend, with the bright sun combined with frozen soil and make it the ideal time to protect your boxwood, spruce and arborvitae from Winter Burn. Watch Aaron's video below to learn how winter burn damage occurs and what you can do now to prevent it.

 

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