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How a Warm Winter Affects Plants

For the past few years, Long Island has had relatively mild winter weather. While some people enjoy warmer weather in the middle of winter, for plants the fickleness of mother nature can be extremely confusing.  During the cool season of fall, plants begin to enter dormancy. They are, for all intents and purposes, asleep. They… Read more »

Planting Fruit Trees

When to Plant Fruit Trees Early spring is a great time for planting a fruit tree. In warmer climates fall planting may be preferred, however, harsh winters can damage young trees in harsher climates—particularly bare-root trees. Early spring is a good time because the root system of your newly planted tree will have time to… Read more »