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What To Do In The Garden As We Hunker Down For Winter

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The recent rains have taken much of our region's beautiful autumn foliage, and brought with them the reminder that winter is coming.

As we move into colder temperatures with less outdoor activity (even less than we are accustomed to in 2020), what should we be doing with our landscapes, gardens, trees, shrubs, flower beds and more?

We have a full hour of your phone calls and emails with your questions answered by our experts.

Call 513-419-7100 or email talk@wvxu.org to ask your question or to share your perspective (it's OK to call and leave a voicemail or to email in advance).

Joining Cincinnati Edition this month are Campbell County Extension Office Agent Sarah Stolz and Boone County Extension Office Agent David Koester.

The annual Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference is coming up and this year it is virtual. You can find more information on line and register at the Kentucky Horticulture Council.

Listen to Cincinnati Edition live at noon M-F. Audio for this segment will be uploaded after 4 p.m. ET.

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