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Name: Margy Stinson
Huntington, IN - near Fort Way (Zone 5b)
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Margy
Feb 6, 2017 12:42 PM CST
I receive the newsletters each month. But, is this information appropriate for my area in Indiana? Also, is it for this particular year with it's unique weather?
Thanks.
Name: Sandy B.
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Weedwhacker
Feb 6, 2017 11:09 PM CST
Hi Margy -- is there some particular information in the newsletter that you are referring to? I think most of the newletter contents are pretty general and not really specific to any growing area.
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Calif_Sue
Feb 7, 2017 10:39 AM CST

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The newsletter comes out weekly and is a culmination of the weeks highlights and articles here on the site. With subscribers from around the world, you would have to do your own research to see what is relevant to you.
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Name: Margy Stinson
Huntington, IN - near Fort Way (Zone 5b)
help moving an established peony
Margy
Feb 8, 2017 9:23 AM CST
I'm wondering about pruning the evergreens I have. We will still have bouts of below freezing weather. Should I wait until that isn't likely before pruning evergreens (I use that term to include all the varities)
Thanks.
Name: Cindy
Hobart, IN zone 5
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Feb 8, 2017 12:17 PM CST
Up in NW IN - I wait until after flowering for rhodies, pieris and azaleas because you'll lose this coming spring's flowers. I have "pruned" hollies and conifers during the winter for indoor holiday arrangements with no adverse effects. You may want to wait until spring though on the conifers to see how the new growth comes out.
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