IDEAS PREPARING FOR FALL

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Replace!

It is a new season, which means new conditions and replacing those summer annuals will be necessary.

Having plants that will be attuned to the fall conditions of our area, usually cooler weathered plants, will ensure that we get everything that we can from our gardens for the season.

There are many different vegetables and plants that will do great in cooler weather, so we have a variety.

 

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Making sure that our lawn is also ready for the season will be helpful, as well.

We can do this during the first six weeks or so of fall.

Make sure to sow thoroughly within this six weeks, this will help our lawn stay strong when freezes start to occur.

We may also want to consider fertilizing the lawn. Most turf grasses use this fertilizer and store the energy in order to stay adequate for the colder months.

There are many all-natural remedies for this.

 

Photo by: rjcox

 

 

 

 

For more details, check out our source: HGTV

 

 

 

 


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