Take some time this fall to prune and refresh your plants, especially if you live where the winters are mild, and you’ll keep your garden beautiful.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
The mercury’s falling, but you can enjoy your patio for three full seasons when you plant fall crops, feed the birds, and entertain friends and family.
Give your hardworking patio some TLC as fall approaches. Refresh tired summer containers and clean and store outdoor furniture.
Plant daffodils, tulips and other bulbs in fall for beautiful spring blooms, and store tender bulbs before a freeze.
Your Western garden isn’t finished when summer ends. Now is a great time to replace tired flowers and foliage with new fall annuals and shrubs.
Spring isn’t the only season for planting. Keep your garden colorful with the best fall annuals and shrubs for your region.
Cooler temperatures are ideal for adding new fall annuals and shrubs to your beds, borders or containers. Check out our recommendations for the best plants for Northern gardens.
Autumn is an ideal time to replace your tired summer flowers with fresh and colorful fall annuals and shrubs.
As summer winds down, perk up your South Florida garden with fresh fall annuals and shrubs like SunPatiens, kalanchoes and geraniums.
Grow beautiful, useful vines on a lattice, trellis, arbor or pergola, and they’ll provide refreshing shade when the temperatures soar.
Some fruits and vegetables signal when they’re ripe by changing color. But it can be tricky to know when other edibles are ready to harvest. Read our tips to learn when to pick.
The summer heat can bake your plants, causing them to wilt or die. Protect them with a drip irrigation kit that waters your garden even if you’re on vacation.