What you need to know when planting bulbs!
Follow these five simple steps to prepare your lawn for winter.
Chrysanthemums are a classic fall-blooming plant, most known for the common, decorative type. But other, nontraditional types of mums can really spice up your garden.
Summer's almost over, and your yard's in a slump. The perennials are past their prime, an early frost killed most of the annuals, and you're desperately clinging to what's left.
Sounds like you need a pick-me-up to send the growing season out with a bang...and chrysanthemums are
just the plant.
Dorothy Danforth's idea of a great plant is one that enhances the place where it is planted and hangs around a long time. She has found out how to accomplish season-long color by moving plants around her yard. These are some that she just can't live without.
Perennials need regular digging, dividing and transplanting to maintain healthy, attractive growth. When the middle of a plant dies out or looks like a donut, or if plants start to flop, fail to bloom or outgrow their location, they need to be divided.
Gardening doesn't actually end in fall... start saving seeds! Add another element to gardening-and reap the rewards next year.
Enjoy autumn's beauty while it lasts. Fall paints a picture like no other season.
Achieve a vibrant color year-round with these simple solutions.
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For those longing for a spectacular landscape past the traditional summer display, plenty of options abound. Showstopping trees, seasonal shrubs and fall-flowering perennials can bring autumn color to your yard, as they relish the shorter, cooler days.