September in the Garden.
Late summer is upon us and with kids heading back to school, nights becoming cooler, and the slightest hint of fall colour creeping into our gardens, it may feel like September heralds the end of the gardening season, but fear not. In this episode of September in the Garden, we'll share all the tips, tricks, and some plant recommendations to help take your garden to the next level and help you celebrate one of the most colourful times of year.
Here are some of the questions and topics covered in this episode:
Buying and planning a new garden with fall bulbs.
What cool season vegetables can be planted.
How to get the most out of your independent garden centre's year-end plant sales.
Treating for white grubs and crab grass.
Adding fall interest to your landscape.
Resources mentioned during the show:
Season 9, episode 26 - August 28th, 2023.
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