Gardening during the fall offers a lot of benefits – even if you don’t see the results until spring. You won’t be bothered by bugs and heat, and there’s little chance of weeds encroaching on your planting efforts.
Autumn temperatures are also kind to your plants, as the soil is warm, allowing your roots to take hold before the ground freezes/. Although this time of year isn’t perfect for all plants, it’s ideal for some, including certain grasses, spring-blooming bulbs, cool-season vegetables, and specific perennials, trees, and shrubs. For ideas on what to plant this fall, take a look at these tips from Better Homes and Gardens. Then, get ready to dig in the dirt, before it’s covered by leaves and snow.
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