spray plants with antidesiccant
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Use an antidesiccant

To keep greenery looking fresh all season even if the roots are frozen or you're using cut branches, spray foliage with an antidesiccant. Roger likes one made from pine tree resin. Since the film gradually weathers away, he usually reapplies it once during the winter. In milder climates, antidesiccant sprays are only needed for cut branches.
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