This is What Organic Gardeners Do in the Fall | Many gardeners do all the heavy lifting to prepare a garden in spring, but planning and planting a garden in the fall is not only good for your garden, it helps you maintain a garden organically and economically. Read on to see how organic gardeners work the garden in fall, building structure and health as a foundation for the next season #sponsored
Cleaning up the garden in the fall can be a bit confusing, especially when it comes to cutting back perennials. Should you leave them alone or cut them back as soon as they fade? The answer, of course, depends on the plant.
Planning the garden in the fall can help you grow a beautiful garden on a budget…Fall garden planning can save you big bucks! Plants are either inexpensive or free (yup, free!) and when planted in the fall, you will be well on your way to a beautifully designed and low-maintenance garden next year. Read more on perennial gardening in the fall.
Speedy vegetable plants are a good choice for fall gardening. They can be used to fill in spots in the vegetable garden where plants have been harvested or grown in containers for a portable garden space....