Reminders to help get your garden cleaned up
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September may be the end of the outdoor gardening season for most, but it’s also the time to prepare everything for next spring. Here are a few reminders on what you need to do to get your garden cleaned up and ready for next year!
Harvest and Transplant:
- Pick your tomatoes, even the ones that are still green, and ripen these indoors.
- Transplant your outdoor herbs into pots and bring these indoors for winter growth.
- Tender bulbs should be dug up and moved indoors to a cool and dark area.
Plant for Spring:
- When the weather cools down, you can start to plant spring flowering bulbs and peony roots.
- Divide and replant perennials that have overgrown their current space.
Clean and Compost:
- Remove and compost your annual plants that are spent.
- Rake and remove leaves.
We wish you and your family a happy Fall. Please keep us in mind if you or someone you know is looking to buy or sell real estate soon.
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