1) Remove diseased, damaged or dead branches to reduce safety hazards.
2) Fertilizer. Before the ground freezes, fertilize trees, so they will have enough sustenance to survive winter. Come spring, trees have the energy to start growing right away.
Every plant has specific, individual needs. Find out what they are and see if they need to have fertilizer put down.
3) Add mulch. Add a mulch ring around each plant before the ground freezes. This will help the roots stay warm and retain more moisture.
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