Fall is awash in rich red, orange, brown and yellow hues. The vivid greens of summer fade into beautiful warm tones and welcome in the season of pumpkin spice, pumpkin patches, and festivity. While flowers are known to enhance the aesthetic of indoor spaces any time of the year, they can be great mood boosters during the fall. A floral arrangement that incorporates the feeling of fall is a great way to bring the beauty of the outdoors inside.
The following fall preparation tips will help you get your garden in shape for the colder months and maintain soil integrity using sustainable practices that are more kind to the environment.
If you love to cook, chances are you’ve at least attempted to grow herbs in your garden before. These aromatic plants add a lot of flavor to dishes, bring herbal fragrance to the home, and may even have some medicinal properties. The other great thing about them is that they aren’t really all that difficult to grow. To get the best results, however, there are some special tricks to take advantage of, ensuring you get the most out of your herb garden.