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Twixt and Tween-the Fall Gardening Season
In some colder areas of the country, the nighttime temperatures have already dipped into the mid-30īs. Gardeners in those regions will soon be putting their gardens to bed. On the other hand, those in warmer areas can look forward to an extended fall season before old man winter arrives.
All Hallow's Eve or Halloween
Whatever you choose to call this holiday, itīs become a fun-filled time. A recent survey found that over 60% of people plan to celebrate. On the average, each consumer is expected to spend around $45.
A New Garden Season
Certain colors are traditionally associated with each of the seasons. Fall has always been thought of as the harvest season,and the colors of autumn reflect that.
Oh, the joy of having an older home. Itīs the perfect opportunity to grow heirloom plants in period landscapes.
Seasonal Change in the Garden
The landscape was just gorgeous in the spring. Early summer it looked fine as many of the early blooming perennials did their stuff. Then, a bad case of the mid-summers blahs set in. Why does that seem to happen?
The September Garden Report
September ushers in a new gardening season. Fall in the garden is an invigorating time.
Choosing Trees for the Home Landscape
Autumn in the Garden
Like spring, fall is a time of rebirth. As the temperatures become somewhat cooler, we feel like spending more time outdoors.
Late Blooming Sages
Nature has surprises in store for fall. Witness all the spectacular late-blooming perennials. Among these are several sages.
Jewels of Summer
With few exceptions, flower beds and borders deserve a place in every landscape. Naturally,those with limited space need to be more selective when choosing perennials.
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