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Going Gracefully into Winter

These inspiring designs prove that transitional plants are the key to making garden magic in fall

Fine Gardening – Issue 178
I’ll admit it: Sometimes I’m so worn out by the end of summer, with all the watering and weeding, that I really just give up on the garden. But, by the time the sugar maples (Acer saccharum, Zones 3 to 8) start bursting into full color in the woods at the edge of my garden, I start feeling guilty that my landscape is dreary and dull in comparison. These designs show that, with the incorporation of a few key autumnal stars, your garden can become a worthy partner to its seasonal surroundings.

 

 

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