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September 2014

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Dig and Store Caladiums

In most areas, dig and store caladiums for winter. Let leaves die, dig tubers, let dry in the shade, and store, not touching each other, in an onion mesh bag filled with dry peat moss in a 60F room.

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Build a Compost Pile

Late summer and fall are great times to start a compost pile, as fall leaves and garden clippings give you plenty of material to work with. Homemade compost will provide you with "black gold" that will lighten…
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Gardener to Gardener

Adding compost is one of the best ways to build healthy soil, the foundation of a thriving garden. Fall is a great time to start a compost pile using the organic matter that's so abundant at this time of the year, from garden trimmings to grass clippings to autumn leaves. No matter where you garden, find out how you can make your own "black gold" to enrich your soil.
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