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No Weeds, No Watering

Yankee Plus Dec 2015


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No Weeds, No Watering
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Unlike summer warmth, colder temperatures mean that pests and even weeds are nearly eliminated. Even better: Between November and February, says Coleman, gardeners don’t have to water their plants. “The water table is higher,” he says, “and because the sun is so low, there isn’t much evaporation.”

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