Oh, winter!  It has been a long, cold winter this season, but spring is here and I am sure you are seeing the affects winter had on your trees and shrubs.

As prepared as our landscape is to handle the cold winter months of snow and freezing temperatures, many newly-planted landscapes may be in danger of damage from the harsh winds we experienced over the last few months.

Shrubs and trees such as skip laurel, euonymus, holly, boxwood, arborvitae and crape myrtle may be showing signs of winter burn.  A browning or scorched-looking leaves or needles may indicate that your landscape has been damaged; they may just need to have dead material selectively pruned off or may need to be replaced.

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