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Gardening - Autumn Yard Care Tips

Autumn Yard Care Tips

Autumn yard care is an important part of maintaining a yard. It’s the perfect time to fertilize, control weeds, and generally improve the overall appearance of your yard. The following are some tips for autumn yard care. You can also read our article on how to winterize garden hoses and faucets. Prune Plants in Fall Pruning is a very important part of yard care. Proper pruning will help your plants to grow stronger and healthier. However, it is best not to do it in the fall. If you must prune your plants in the fall, you should wait until the

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Benefits of Planting Flowers at Home

Planting flowers in your home garden has several benefits for the environment. Most flowers attract helpful pollinators, which we need for the health and survival of plants and animals. Moreover, flowers come in a wide range of colors and shapes. These characteristics also make them appealing to different kinds of helpful insects. In fact, some flowers can even attract hummingbirds. Pollination Plants need pollination in order to reproduce and produce fruit and vegetables. The pollen is transferred from the female flower to the male flower by bees, butterflies, and other insects. The successful pollination ensures fruit set and higher yields.

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Why Plant Flowers in Your Yard

Planting flowers is important for many reasons. They can add a flash of color during different seasons, attract pollinators and help with pest and disease management. In this article, we’ll explore why we should plant flowers in our yards. Also, we’ll explore the importance of companion plants. Add a flash of color across the seasons Planting colorful annuals and perennials throughout your yard is an excellent way to add flashes of color in all seasons. Consider planting early-blooming perennials near a doorway or a sunny window to provide color throughout the spring and summer months. For long-lasting color in your

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Fall Garlic – How to Plant Fall Garlic

Fall is the best time to plant garlic. Ideally, you should plant it four to six weeks before the ground freezes. You should also choose the largest and healthiest cloves for planting. Lastly, you should plant them in full sun with rich, well-drained soil. To help you plant your fall garlic, use these tips. Garlic is best planted in the fall Fall is the perfect time to plant garlic. It is easy to grow, and will reward you with a great harvest next summer. Depending on your climate, you can plant garlic anytime from mid-September through late November. The idea

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Beauty From Flowering Bulbs Indoors

If you’d like to enjoy the beauty of flowers without having to go outside, try planting flowering bulbs indoors. Here are a few ideas: Pineapple lilies, Paperwhite narcissus, and Amaryllis. After you’ve planted the bulbs, you’ll have a blooming flower arrangement for weeks. Amaryllis The beauty of flowering bulbs can be enjoyed throughout the year, even if you aren’t in the mood to spend time outdoors. Flowering bulbs can be forced to bloom indoors, or you can grow them in a container. The only caveat is that you need to give them water every couple of days. The water should

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Make Your Garden More Beautiful With Flower Bulbs

Flower bulbs can make your garden more beautiful in the spring. They require a dieback period before blooming. Because they need to store energy for the next year, they have minimal foliage. You can plant midsize bulbs in groups of perennials, hostas, small shrubs, and shorter ornamental grasses. Planting spring-blooming bulbs Spring-blooming bulbs are a great way to add color to your garden. They can be planted in front of or behind early-season perennials, adding color to the borders and lawn. Bulbs should be planted in an area that receives six hours of direct sunlight per day and has good

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