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Get inspired for a spectacular late season! Scroll on to find out what you should be doing outside right now.
Mums, like this buttery 'Linda' variety, are the hallmarks of fall. Learn about growing them as both annuals and perennials.
Tend to your lawn in fall
It is in fall - not spring or summer - that turf needs your attention and care. Learn all about it here.
Collect some late-season fireworks
A stunning fall garden doesn't simply spring from the ground. It must be planned with key elements in mind, like firework-flowers and seed heads.
Plant a fall cutting garden
A row or two of long-stemmed fall stars secure bouquets well-past summer, maybe even late enough to decorate your Thanksgiving dinner table.
Asters are the the final hurrah
There's no excuse for a lack of asters when everything you need to know about them is right here.
Shrubs are the belles of the fall ball
You've heard it a hundred times, but here goes once more: Shrubs are the backbones of any good garden. Here are some great picks that pump up the end-of-season drama.
Get your garlic into the ground
Store-purchased garlic doesn't hold a candle to homegrown bulbs. Remember to plant them now.
Fall's best fruits
Everyone loves a good cluster of colorful berries. See the absolute best here.
Plant spring bulbs in containers
Be the first on your block to debut grand containers next year. Popping bulbs into containers and letting them chill all winter makes this an easy task.
Acquaint yourself with anemones
If you need an inspiring fall plant that thrives in shade, look no further than anemones.
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