Lower South

September, 2004
Regional Report

In the Garden


Cool-Season Annuals Brighten Your Landscape

The first freeze of the season will arrive in late fall to dictate the end of the warm-season color plants. But we need not be sentenced to a winter of bleak landscapes waiting for spring to arrive. Our mild southern winters allow for a great palate of...
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Favorite or New Plant

Mexican Mint Marigold Equally at home in the herb garden and perennial flower border, Mexican mint marigold ( Tagetes...

Tool or Gardening Product

Row Cover Fabric Spunbound polyester row cover is a lightweight (about 1/2 ounce per square yard) fabric-like...
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Regional Reminders

  • Plant Cool-Season Cole Crops
  • Divide Summer Perennials
  • Fertilize Citrus
  • Prepare Houseplants for the Move Indoors
  • Prevent Brown Patch on St. Augustine Lawns

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