Linda Porter: Thinking about the Winter Garden
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Few things are more certain in our gardens than the seasons and the changes they bring. As Autumn wanes and Winter beckons, many gardeners take advantage of the last warm days to cut back “dead” and dying foliage; and to do what they can to make their garden more aesthetically pleasing. But is your garden really dead in the Winter? What life lurks there waiting until Spring? Can that life be left undisturbed while appearances are considered? The answer to these question can guide you toward a more life-sustaining approach to the winter garden.