Just because the warm weather is fading it doesn’t mean the gardening is done. In fact we are heading into the time of year when you are not only transitioning to fall flowers, you are also getting the yard ready for winter and planting your spring bulbs. There is in fact more to do then ever during the month of September. You need to consider what you want your yard to look like this fall and what flowers you want blooming this spring. The guides below will help you on your way as you make those important flower decisions. While it may seem like a lot of work, just think of the joy you will have in the spring when you see those new blooms coming up!
Back-to-school is upon us and fall is right around the corner. Vibrant autumn colors will soon be making an appearance; leaves are poised to begin drifting lazily to the ground. But perhaps surprisingly, when it comes to gardening, autumn is an excellent time of year to plant things. Pine Creek Farms and Nursery owner Gwen […] The post In the Garden: Tips and ideas for fall planting appeared first on Monroe Monitor.
Fall is a wonderful time of year for gardeners. Many people are planting their cool season veggie crops, planning their Fall Herb Garden, rotating their annuals to ones in shades of orange, yellow, and red. Coupons.com l SmartSource Coupons l Red Plum Coupons l Drug Store Deals l Grocery Store Deals Awesome Fall Bulbs To Plant.
Spring may be special, but fall is fine for planting. Turfgrass, spring-blooming bulbs, cool-season vegetables, perennials, trees, and shrubs can all be effectively planted in the fall. Fall has distinct planting benefits. Autumn’s cooler air temperatures are easier on both plants and gardeners. The soil is still warm, allowing roots to grow until the ground freezes. In spring, plants don’t grow until the soil warms up.