Apply weed preventer to your garden beds now to stop weed seeds from sprouting. Mulch also helps retain moisture in the soil.
New daffodil varieties are available in heat-tolerant varieties that can handle the hot weather in warm climates.
Building better soil is the single most important thing you can do to improve your gardening success. And now is the best time to do it!
Daffodils are an easy-to-grow, cheerful sign of spring that people love. Good news for gardeners: Deer don’t like daffodils.
Shrubs and vines solve many garden challenges. They fill blank spaces, add texture and bring height to the landscape.
Plant fall bulbs in containers that reward with colorful blooms in spring.
Keeping your flowers protected with a cover will help lengthen their survival during times of frost or temperatures below 55 degrees.
Plant sweet peas and watch the climbing vines create beauty in your garden.
Don’t put off cleaning your garden planters. Before cold weather settles in, empty, clean, sanitize and store garden containers for winter.
Make an elegant Christmas tree dress using a dress form and tree trimmings. It’s easier than it looks and may be the start of a new creative Christmas tradition.
Start decorating for Christmas with trends from Pinterest.
These simple tasks are on every pro’s landscape to-do list this fall. Cross them off your list before winter sets in.