It’s winter in Minnesota, and this year, Mother Nature has been doling out her fair share of wicked winter weather and frosty temperatures. Strong, healthy trees are usually able to withstand the extreme temperature changes and freeze/thaw cycles. However, frosty weather, ice, and snow can certainly put your trees to the test. It’s important to maintain your trees after the winter is over by trimming and pruning to remove any branches and limbs that could cause trouble for your foliage.
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