5 Ideas For A Fall Garden That Is Pollinator Friendly

For some people fall is their favorite season of the year when the full heat of summer is past yet there is still plenty of interest in the garden. By careful planning it is perfectly possible to have flowers in bloom until the first frosts in November. These five design tips come from an article by Benjamin Vogt which I found on the Houzz website.

I don’t know about you, but I live for fall — with its cool mornings, crisp air and quiet evenings. Plus, at least one-third of my plants bloom after August, and the trees, shrubs, grasses and perennial flowers bring a rainbow of colors to the garden until early November, long after summer flowers have faded.

There’s always so much going on in a fall garden, from changing colors and plants’ going dormant to wildlife’s preparing for winter. Here are some design strategies you can use to create beauty and function for humans and animals this fall, and every year after.

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