In Landscape Tips

Transition gracefully into fall with a garden prepared for a bountiful harvest. Explore what to plant and when in this guide to navigate the seasonal shift.

Early Fall: September to October

Kick off the season by planting fall-flowering perennials like asters and chrysanthemums. Seize the opportunity to sow cool-season vegetables such as carrots, beets, and radishes.

Mid-Fall: October to November

Continue the autumnal planting by incorporating ornamental grasses and late-blooming flowers. Plant garlic for a future summer harvest and introduce winter-hardy vegetables like Brussels sprouts and kale.

Late Fall: November to December

Wrap up your gardening year by planting spring-blooming bulbs like tulips and daffodils. Apply a protective mulch layer to shield your plants from winter’s chill, and eagerly anticipate the splendid garden awaiting you next spring.

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