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Regional Picks: Fantastic Fall Interest

Everyone enjoys spring gardens, with the fresh foliage and colorful flowers that lift our spirits after a long, dull winter. And summer gardens are glorious, of course, with an abundance of bold blooms and rich colors that perfectly suit outdoor summer activities. By August, though, heat and dry spells take their toll on spring and summer perennials; gardens can look tired and tattered.

Time to retreat indoors? No way. If you tweak a few of your plant choices and do a little strategic summer pruning, you can enjoy several months of autumn interest with little extra effort.

 


 

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