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Leave your leaves
Whether they’re on the tree or the ground, leave your leaves where they are. During autumn, despite what you may have been taught, don’t rake and bag the leaves that are in your yard. The layer of leaves on the ground is part of a natural process that provides a habitat for wildlife like chipmunks and butterflies that spend their winters hibernating in the fallen leaves. Fallen leaves also protect tree roots during winter, and recycle nutrients into the soil as part of a natural fertilization process. If you live in a place where leaves don’t change color and fall off trees, and for instance, palm trees are more common, the same tip still holds true – the best thing you can do for them is to leave them alone. Don’t cut, trim, or prune your palm fronds – keeping these leaves on the tree, particularly the brown ones that may look dead, encourages wildlife and aids in the health of the tree as these leaves’ nutrients will go toward generating new leaves.View the website
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