Hot Tips for a Cool Fall Garden Landscape

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Landscapeliving.com offers tips for gardening and landscaping projects. Landscapeliving.com is chock full of fun tools and tips to make the end-of-season gardening and landscaping experience a breeze.

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My website is full of articles from people like you on plants, landscape designs, tips, when to harvest and the tools needed to get your garden and landscape ready for the coming fall and winter months.

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Now that summer has come to an end, Ted Roberson, owner of Landscapeliving.com wants to help people with their gardening and landscaping projects.

Roberson says that many people are not as enthused about their gardens as they were at the beginning of the summer and tend to ignore them, but at this time of year, it's important to deal with weeds, mulch, harvesting and cutting back flowers.

“Many of the chores that need to be done in the fall may seem to be tedious things, but they are important to help prepare gardens for the following spring and summer. Preparing the landscape for winter is especially important in colder climate zones where the ground will freeze and all of the plants and trees will be covered with rain, snow and ice,” Roberson said.

Landscapeliving.com is chock full of fun tools and tips to make the end-of-season gardening and landscaping experience a breeze.

"As homeowners ourselves we realize that there is a need to learn more about landscaping and garden projects that we can do around our home without bringing in big expensive landscaping companies to remodel our front or backyard environments" Roberson said.

“My website is full of articles from people like you on plants, landscape designs, tips, when to harvest and the tools needed to get your garden and landscape ready for the coming fall and winter months.”

To keep landscape and gardening projects protected during the dormant months, certain projects such as pruning ensures growth in the spring. One tip Roberson offers is to sod lawns in the fall if there are bare patches. This ensures lawns will be thick and healthy in the spring.

Another tip from Landscapeliving.com: don’t forget the walkway. Rain, wind, ice and snow can make walkways expand or contract leaving an uneven look. There are simple drainage remedies that can be done now to ensure a perfect walkway.

To make gardens look great all year around, visit Landscapeliving.com for authoritative information on all gardening and landscaping needs. Not only will consumers find tips and advice on preparing their gardening or landscape project for the spring and summer, they will fine tips and advice on what they need to do during the fall and winter months to prepare their landscapes and gardens for a beautiful look in the spring.

“Although many of these chores are not as much fun as preparing a spring landscape, just consider that the cooler temperatures make the chores pleasant and you’ll be prepared for the long winter months. Then next spring, your landscape will thank you for preparing it to survive a hard winter,” Roberson said.

Find planting information, how to prepare landscapes and gardens for the fall and winter, what plants to use to border gardens and the best tools and tips on gardening and landscaping on the web. Subscribe to the frequent tips tools and have them sent to your e-mail address at http://www.landscapeliving.com.

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