When you start a fall garden, you give seeds a warm place to germinate and less chance of pest damage. Fall weather is generally wetter across the country, and more rain and moderate temperatures equals less watering from the garden hose.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Start seeds today for spring vegetables, flowers and herbs.
Learn how to start a garden even when winter is throwing its worst at you.
Burpee seed expert Robin Ruether helps solve seed-starting problems common when you start your garden.
Starting a garden with seeds gives you a greater range of plants to grow. You have control of the crop from seed to harvest, an important consideration in organic gardening. Learn more about starting seeds indoors.
Growing annual flowers and vegetables from seeds started indoors can be rewarding. Learn how to start seeds indoors from the gardening experts at The Home Depot.
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.
Grow pumpkins in your vegetable garden for your own jack-o’-lantern or harvest decor. Plant pie pumpkins and harvest fruit for your Thanksgiving pies.
A little feeding and overseeding now makes for lush, green grass in spring. Follow these steps for a healthy lawn.
Plant a garden filled with flowers with seeds today. Your blooms will keep coming all season long.
When you start your vegetable garden from seed, you control the process from beginning to end. Plus, it’s easy and gives you a jumpstart on spring.