Winter is coming! The Farmer’s Almanac predicts the first flurries of the year will happen around November 29th. That means you’ve only got a few short weeks to handle your final fall gardening tasks. Give Your Houseplants Some Shelter If you have houseplants which you put out during the warmer months then it’s time to bring them inside. Make sure you spray them down for unwanted pests before you do. GardenKnowHow.com also suggests taking this opportunity to get them pruned before you bring them inside. The site also suggests acclimating your plants by bringing them inside at night..
You may not realize it, but fall is the best time to start thinking about your trees. If you need to move them, it’s the best time to move them. If you want to plant new trees, it’s the best time to do that, too. Over the years we’ve written a lot of articles to help people with the trees on their landscape. This fall, we wanted to put all of them in one place so you’d have a handy reference guide to help you tackle your trees. How to Plant a Tree – As advertised on the..
The kids are back in school, and Labor Day is almost here. All this means fall is on the way! You’d be surprised how many landscaping tasks should take place in the fall. Most people who are new to landscaping assume all the heavy lifting happens in the spring and summer. But fall is when plants start to go dormant, which opens doors to complete all sorts of vital tasks. And over the years we’ve talked about a lot of them. So we thought we’d put together this handy reference so you can have all these fall landscaping posts in..