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Deciduous trees shed their leaves and go dormant for the winter, but evergreens require care all year round. Not only do their leaves remain green during winter (yes, those needles are actually leaves), but you can't ignore them for three months like you can, say, a maple or a sycamore. Here's what you need to know to protect your trees -- and your investment -- from December to February.(Credit: Newsday Photo / Kathy Kmonicek)

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How to care for evergreens over the winter

By Jessica Damiano