Just because fall has arrived doesn’t mean that your gardening days have to be over until spring. For most of us, the arrival of fall usually means it’s time to wind down outdoor activities and garden chores. We stop hanging out on the patio, lawns need to be mowed less frequently and sadly, most annuals are looking spent by now. But it does not have to be this way. Did you know that it is quite possible to create a beautiful fall landscape that will take you right up to the winter month? In a previous post we talked about fall maintenance, here are some tips on how to spruce up your fall garden.
Consider Trees and Grasses
Pick Drought Resistant Plants
Pay Attention to Hardiness Zones
Have Realistic Expectations
Layer Your Garden
Fall is the time for pumpkins. Why not add more color by layering your garden with some pumpkins and gourds? Get creative and don’t be shy to add another element to your garden.
Don’t Forget About Spring
With that, we hope you enjoyed this post about how to spruce up your fall garden. Happy gardening!