Whether you’re a newbie gardener or an experienced green thumb, you’ve probably learned that much of gardening is about delayed gratification. Nothing—and we mean nothing—happens overnight when it comes to growing beautiful flowers, herbs and veggies. That’s why late summer and fall are great times to do some basic chores to get ahead of yourself and prepare your garden for next spring.
After a long, hot summer with humidity, disease, and insects wreaking havoc on your plants, your garden likely needs some TLC. Even your lawn could benefit from a little extra love right now. The cooler temperatures are