Fall Landscape Projects

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Fall Landscape Projects Fall is a great time of year to do landscaping because it is a good time for planting just about anything. Plants go into a sort of dormant state during the winter, so planting something during the fall allows it to adjust to soil and other conditions, as well as store begin storing up water and nutrients to help it survive the warmer, dryer, summer months. In autumn trees once again come into prominence, showing off rich gold’s, purples, and reds. Closer to the ground, skillful gardeners keep the color coming with rich red pine mulches and well-selected shrubs and perennials. Better Homes and Gardens suggest for more color from annuals you can plant cool-season types of plants, such as snapdragons and pansies, which keep going even after frost. Ornamental grasses are also at their most gorgeous now, especially when backlit by the slanting golden light of an autumn afternoon. Plus according to Allan Block of AB International, fall is the smartest time to plan next
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2010 for the course AGR 412 taught by Professor Turnkey during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Chicago.

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