Plant roses with these helpful tips. Growing roses is relatively easy when they get about 6 hours of sunlight each day.
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At Thanksgiving, create a welcoming entrance and decorate the table to surround your guests with the natural beauty of pumpkins, decorative squash, succulents and more.
Plant mums, pansies and more for gorgeous fall flowers and color all season long and beyond.
Plant blooming containers with cool weather annuals, including several that will last into winter.
Make cactus and other succulents part of your indoor plant line-up. They’re easy and low-maintenance plants, even for brown thumbs.
Now that it’s getting cooler, gradually move houseplants inside when nighttime temperatures are consistently in the 50s, well before the first frost threatens.
Keep fall annuals looking their best by feeding and deadheading now. This will boost fall blooms and encourage the plant to create more flowers.
Take care to protect roses for a long winter’s nap. Some extra work now will mean beautiful blooms when the weather warms again in spring.
To transition from harvest decor to Christmas, consider repurposing what you have to fit the upcoming holiday theme. With a bit of paint, some ribbon, fabric or an old sweater and a little imagination, you can turn straw bales, wreaths, pillows, even pumpkins into festive Christmas decor.
Growing wildflowers from seed is easy and rewarding, and an inexpensive way to make more plants. Seeds sown in the fall will give you flowers a few months later.
Sow annual and perennial seeds in late summer and early fall for inexpensive garden color.