Fruit trees go dormant in the winter, which means they lose their leaves in preparation for new blossoms in spring.
Fruit trees go dormant in the winter, which means they lose their leaves in preparation for new blossoms in spring. photos.com
Fruit trees go dormant in the winter, which means they lose their leaves in preparation for new blossoms in spring. photos.com

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January 08, 2014 11:52 AM

How to care for bare-root fruit trees

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