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We may still be enjoying beach weather in August, but slowly and surely the days are getting shorter, heralding the not-too-distant arrival of autumn and the start of a new gardening season. It's time to think about some "fallscaping"...
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Add Iron to Roses
If the new leaves on your roses are pale yellow or the areas between the leaf veins are yellow, your plants may be iron deficient. Spray a chelated iron fertilizer on the leaves to correct the deficiency.
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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As we bask in the long, hot days of high summer, the cooler weather of fall and winter still seems a long way off. You may be busy picking beans, corn, and tomatoes, but take some time now to plan and plant for an extended harvest from your vegetable garden and continued color and bloom in your flower garden. Check out our suggestions for easy ways to extend the season so you can enjoy your gardens beauty and bounty as long as possible.
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