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By Judy Koehly
Plants don’t need as much care in winter as they do in summer, but it is important not to neglect watering your plants during the winter.
Some ice or wind damage is unavoidable, but a lot of cold weather damage to plants’ cells is caused by dehydration. In our region, normal winter precipitation is enough for plants because their cold-weather watering needs are considerably less. However, making sure your plants have adequate hydration is the best way to protect them in harsh weather.
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