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Video: Wrap a tree

By: Garden Gate staff
On sunny winter days, the bark of young trees can develop frost cracks. It’s a good idea to protect them by wrapping their trunks in fall with some white tree wrap.

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On sunny winter days, the bark of young trees can develop frost cracks. It’s a good idea to protect them by wrapping their trunks in fall with some white tree wrap.



To protect your trees order white tree wrap.

Published: Oct. 16, 2007
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