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IN THE GARDEN

By Janet Carson

This article was published January 13, 2018 at 1:51 a.m.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Snowman Illustration

Ilex decidua, also known as Possum Haw, provide little red berries that are a common source of food for birds, deer and a variety of small mammals inc...

Q I'm covering lavender, rosemary, roses with porous plant covers when the really low temperatures are predicted. The lavender and rosemary are large bushes and are looking good. My ajuga and creeping jenny aren't looking good, and the pansies and other winter annuals look pretty sad. Should I start cutting them back now or just pull them up and be done until spring?

Ilex decidua, also known as Possum Haw, provide little red berries that are a common source of food for birds, deer and a variety of small mammals inc...

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