HOW TO WINTERIZE YOUR LAWN EQUIPMENT
It’s funny how you don’t give something a second (or third, fourth or tenth) thought, until it becomes suddenly a first thought.
Hide-and-seek has changed at our house, as many things change when you progress from being nearly 2 to nearly 2-and-a-half. That is the case of our granddaughter.
This is not another cat story. It is a story about animals, which includes cats.
Minnesota's harsh climate can cause severe damage to landscape plants. Winter sun, wind and cold temperatures can bleach and dry out evergreen foliage, damage bark, injure or kill branches, flower buds, and roots. Snow and ice can break branches and topple entire trees. Salt used for deicing streets, sidewalks and parking lots is harmful to landscape plants. Winter food shortages force rodents and deer to feed on bark, twigs, flower buds and leaves, injuring and sometimes killing trees and shrubs.