Grow these fast edibles for fresh fall flavors well into the season.
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Daylilies and irises are the workhorses of the garden. If they aren’t blooming as much as before, or they’re crowded, they need to be divided.
Now is the time to plant your favorite fall vegetables and herbs that thrive in cool temperatures.
Try mums and asters in your fall display this year. Get more life from the these colorful plants when you put them in the ground at the end of the season. We’ll tell you how to plant mums and asters in your garden.
When you plant a fall garden, you’ll have fresh produce up to, and sometimes past, the first frost. Cool season edibles just right for a fall garden include greens like spinach and chard; roots like carrots, radishes and turnips; along with cole crops.
Fall is the best season to put perennials in the garden. Give these tricks a try to ensure perennials settle in now so they can bloom to their fullest potential come spring.
Grow your own gourmet garlic this fall for tasty results.
Fall is the time to plant tulips, the bulbs treasured for centuries for their spectacular beauty. Tulips put on a colorful show in mid-spring, after most daffodils have faded but before perennials and shrubs burst into bloom.
Get the most out of fall gardening and try planting lettuce and onions as the perfect pair to keep pests and weeds away.
Whether you plant flower bulbs in large or small spaces, planting them in fall gives your outdoor space a colorful flower show come spring.
Create beautiful pumpkin planters with colorful flowers or succulents and decorate your outdoor space or indoor tablescape.
Use our gardening checklist and see what to tackle this month.