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Fall Planting

October and November usually provide ideal conditions for transplanting and dividing your native plants. It is one of the least stressful times for plants to adapt to their new surroundings. Many deep-rooted plants go dormant at this time making it an opportune time to handle them. The shorter days, cooler temperatures and relief from the drying effects of the hot summer sun help the transplants take hold. Make sure to take into consideration rainfall amounts when transplanting such that if a dryspell occurs you supplemental water.

Fall is also a great time to think about redesigning your gardens or planted areas. The size, color and habit of the blooming plants are fresh in your mind allowing you to create with ease.



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