With summer finally drawing to a close, we are now upon the perfect season to spend time outside and enjoy cooler temperatures, less bugs, lower humidity, and gorgeous fall colors.
Just because temperatures are dropping, however, doesn’t mean you have to abandon your summer gardens or scramble to get everything inside just yet. There’s still plenty of time to plant and harvest the bounties of fall, and it’s also the ideal time to get your lawn and flowerbeds ready for next spring. To get you started, I’ve rounded up some of the best fall landscaping tips to get your outdoor areas ready.
Once your yard is bundled up against the chill, don’t forget to complete these fall home maintenance tasks to ensure the rest of your house will be ready for winter!
Extend Your Growing Season
Tip #1: Save on next year’s plants, pots, & planters
Depending on where you live, you may still have several weeks of warm weather ahead of you. Summer stocks of plants, pots, and planters go on deep end-of-season discount this time of year, making it a great time to stock up for next season or add last-minute color to your outdoor areas.
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