Are you looking for ways to make your Fall Garden grow better? If yes, we are here to help by giving you some great fall gardening tips. Read below to find out!
For starters, deadhead all your flowers.
When you deadhead your flowers, you will prolong the bloom time. Use long-blooming annual plants of geraniums, petunias, marigolds or daturas.
Grow ornamental kale.
Why grow ornamental kale? You should grow it because ornamental kale can be used as a fall replacement for worn-out summer plants.
Choose Perennials to plant in your garden because they reach their zenith during late summer and early fall.
You plant perennials because they will make your garden look beautiful from summer to fall. Some great perennials are ligularias, snakeroot, anise hyssop, purple coneflower and rudbekias.
Grow long-blooming perennials.
Some great long-blooming perennials are Shasta daisy, coreopsis, and perennial sage. They will keep blooming into fall. While you are at it, cut back perennials like asters, boltonia, and joe-pye weed after the first round of summer flowers.
Choose Trees and Shrubs.
You should choose trees and shrubs. They are wonderful additions to your garden because trees and shrubs have flowers and fruit that grow on them. They are also great for fall foliage color.
For more fall gardening tips, read this article from Grit.com.
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