Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean you still can’t pull on your gloves and get some gardening done – especially with these easy fall gardening tips.
While living in Ohio means there is a definite season to your garden, there are plenty of fall gardening tips to help spruce up your home and get it ready for this season. Whether you are a green thumb or a gardening newbie, these fall gardening tips will help give your home curb appeal and add interest to last until spring.
So, if you are in the mood to do some digging, here are some fall gardening tips. Want more information? Check out this great list from the Ohio State University Extension Office. Read on:
Your summer blooms will begin to fade in September, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for a garden devoid of color. There are plenty of hardy fall blooms to plant to add life to your outdoor landscape. Mums, pansies, ornamental grasses are just a few ideas.
Maintain your mulch
Is your mulch looking a little sun faded or dull? It’s an easy task to rake and turn your mulch to keep it looking fresh and neat. If need be, mulch again! It will help protect plants and keep your home looking tidy.
Fall is a great time of year to plant bulbs so when the winter finally says goodbye, you’ll be able to look forward to some gorgeous spring color. There is a definite window of time in which to plant; generally, if you can still dig, you can plant bulbs. You’ll thank yourself in the spring when you see those first green shoots!
We know those fall leaves are pretty, but they do need to be picked up. And those dead plants? Get rid of ‘em. Cleaning up your lawn, gardens, flower beds and pots is a chore but it will look much cleaner and orderly – as well as making it easier in the spring for you to get out there and get some fresh blooms going!
We love this time of year at Feazel. If you are out and about this fall and notice that you need help with your gutters? Give our experts a call for a free inspection!