You need not stop gardening just because summer has come to an end. You can continue your garden activities even in the fall. This article aims to bring tips for rounding up your fall garden with some great yet simple fall garden ideas.
Many gardening passionate individuals turn away from their gardens because of the wrong notion that fall is not for the gardens. However this is not true; you can have productive fall gardens too- it doesn’t matter whether you are growing flowers, vegetables or greens. Fall is also the best time to set up your garden for spring and make conditions apt for the soil to face winter.
Here are some fall garden ideas:
Fall is never too late to plant. Be assured, you have lots of time to grow fresh fruits and vegetables.
- If you are interested in extending your harvest season, plant leaf lettuce, perhaps a bed or two that can be cut repeatedly. This is also the best fall garden idea if you are not good with patience.
- Build as many compost bins to avoid building waste. You can build compost bins by yourself, it only depends on what type of bins you would like to have for your fall garden. You can also compost on your garden beds to make it more simple.
- The end of summer means you can spend more time in your garden, enjoying the cool weather. Make the most of this time and plant as many greens and flowers as you want! You can plant spring-blooming bulbs that are easily available at your local garden centers. Tulips, hyacinths, and daffodils are the most common.
- You can also buy perennials. They may look like they’re dying, but if you are a serious gardener you know they will come back. However, make sure the roots are healthy before you decide to buy. Their prices come down during the fall. Asparagus, Sunchokes, Groundnut, Artichoke, Rhubarb, and Horseradish are some of the perennial vegetables you could plant during the fall. One thing worth mentioning here is, never skip watering the newly planted bulbs and perennials, even though the soil might look moist.
Extending your growing season with these fall gardening tips:
- Bring life into your tired garden as the summer season ends. Grow more grass and arrange gourds and pumpkins around your yard.
- Install fire pit, if your garden does not yet have one. This keeps the place warm during the fall and the harsh winter ahead. Make a seating arrangement around the fire pit for you to enjoy cool evenings.
- Plant native shrubs and trees that can hue up your fall garden. This is one of the most interesting fall garden ideas.
- Do not haul away the fallen leaves. Instead, use them to enrich your fall garden soil. The compost can protect your garden during the cold season.
- If you have pots and other ceramic containers, make sure you clean them and store in a dry place so that they do not crack during the cold season.
- Go around your garden and identify what worked well and what went wrong. Make a list and try to bring in modifications to have a perfect fall garden.
What can I plant in the fall?
The great news is you can plant so many fun flowers and delicious foods in the fall. Things you can plant in the fall are:
- Brussels Sprouts
- Carrots (any root veggie)
What can I plant in September?
Here’s a list of things you can plant in September:
- Bok Choy
- Collard Greens
How do I prepare my garden for fall?
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