Though the weather may be getting cool, the gardening season in New England doesn’t end after September. Autumn is the perfect time to plant bulbs, perennials, and more before winter sets in. Fall planting can lay the groundwork for some glorious plants and flowers later on, so think of this time of year as not the end of the gardening season, but the beginning!
BULBS 101 – Garden Design.com
NEW ENGLAND FALL PLANTING GUIDE
New England Today Living
WHAT TO PLANT IN THE FALL
FOR THE PRETTIEST SPRING YARD
Better Homes & Gardens
FALL GARDENING TIPS AND CHORES
OCTOBER GARDENING TO-DO LIST – HGTV
PREPARING YOUR GARDEN FOR WINTER – The Old Farmer’s Almanac
10 TIPS FOR THE OCTOBER GARDENER – UCONN Extension
12 THINGS LANDSCAPERS DO IN THEIR YARDS EVERY FALL – Country Living
GREAT CONNECTICUT GARDENS FOR FALL
for some garden inspiration or just plain enjoyment!