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How to Do Winter Rose Care or Protecting Tree Roses in Winter
by deshao in Home & Garden
Pruning roses for the winter is just one winter rose care routine. If you are lucky to live in a mild climate region you may not give much consideration to protecting your tree roses from the winter cold. But if you live in regions 6 and 7 or colder, you will want to winterize your tree roses.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Determine which region you are in. One way to do this is to chec

A List of Winter Garden Plants That Will Survive the Winter
by Ionith in Home & Garden
When thinking of a garden, early spring and summer pop into most people’s mind. Winter, a time of cold and possible snow, does not seem like an ideal time to plant vegetables or flowers; however, there are a variety of plants ideal for winter that will survive the cold temperatures. Having information on the right winter crops will help ensure healthier winter yields. Early Maturation Cro

How to Plant Winter Rye Grass as a Winter Crop
by Josh Tegart in Home & Garden
Winter rye grass is a hardy grass that can provide a green lawn in winter months. The rye grass should be seeded in the late fall, providing a winter lawn cover that will die out in the spring before your normal grass cover returns. While you can't eat the rye grass, it will add important nutrients to the soil and can also serve as a cover crop in garden beds so your beds are ready with nutrient-r

How to Winter Over Geranium's Plants in the Winter Time
by NTMBK in Home & Garden
Geraniums are a popular bedding and border flower, blooming reliably in many areas from April through October. Most garden centers sell geraniums every spring, prominently displayed in the annuals department, but geraniums are, in fact, perennial plants in zones 9 and above. Geraniums can be overwintered indoors as a houseplant, stored in cool basement or garage or propagated from cuttings. If pro

How to Make a Winter Wreath With Winter Skates
by James Clarke in Hobbies, Games & Toys
One of the quintessential activities of winter is ice skating. Bring this carefree activity into your winter decor with a seasonal wreath. Making a wreath with winter skates is a simple project with a professional and whimsical result. With a few supplies from your craft store and a little creative energy, even an amateur crafter can make a wreath to warm the heart even when the weather outside is

All Season Tires Vs. Winter Tires for Winter Driving
by Matthias in Cars
The newest generation of studless winter tires can be a real lifesaver for those who live in areas that are perpetually icy in the winter. All-season tires do not even begin to compare. Winter Tire DesignWinter tires must take both snow and ice into consideration. Snow requires only that the tire is able to dig in for traction, while methods vary for dealing with ice.
All-Season SnowAll-se

How to Get Fit During Winter
by Charlie98 in Health
Winter months can be cold, long and deeply discouraging for summertime exercisers. Regardless of your schedule or means, you can get fit during the winter with the following tips.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Exercise videos

InstructionsStart your fitness routine by learning how to exercise indoors. As the temperatures drop,

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How to Lay Sod Before Winter
by Icyflash in Home & Garden
When you want a beautiful, lush lawn in a short time, laying sod is the way to go. Although sod may be installed at any point in the year, it is best done during warmer months so the lawn sets up properly in the soil before going dormant. Laying sod in the fall, before it gets too cold in the winter months, is possible once you prepare the soil and properly install the sod. Laying sod before winte
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How to Appreciate Winter
by Bjørn Håkon in Culture & Society
Winter is cursed, hated, feared and continually disparaged for it's harsh changes, inconvenient weather, and extra preparation required to endure it. People are unhappy when it begins and excited to see it end. Break the pattern. Depending on how you look at it, winter can be a truly special time. Make the most out of your winter.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
A good coat

Can You Put Sod Down in Winter?
by john3850 in Home & Garden
If you cut between the root system of a large patch of grass and the soil below, you can roll it up like a carpet. Then, assuming that you keep the roots from freezing, the roll can be unrolled on top of prepared soil somewhere else. With care, the grass will thrive in its new location. However, this is less likely to happen if the sod is put down when the grass is dormant in the winter. Identi
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