Is Fall the Perfect Time to Grow Garlic at Home? Yes and no. The answer is yes–you should plant garlic now if you live in southern zones. But, if you live in northern zones, wait until spring to plant garlic in your garden. (Read more about garden soil here.) Why You Should Learn How to Grow Garlic at Home Because… Read more »
Fall brings cooler temperatures and workable soil after fall rains . In some zones, fall is a “second spring” and a time to plant new crops.
(This post contains affiliate partner links.) Fond Fritter Memories Apple fritter doughnuts hold memories for me. As a kid living in The Big City, there was a doughnut and coffee shop planted right next to the bus stop–ingenious planning!–where my friends and I spent all our pennies, and sometimes our bus money, on doughnuts. We were high-rollers. Ten cents bought… Read more »
Late fall is the perfect time to plan for and purchase your bare root fruit trees (or shrubs). Read this mini-tutorial about the 5 things to know before you buy bare root trees.
It might feel a little strange thinking about buying fruit trees in the late fall. But, that’s exactly the time to choose bare root fruit trees that you plant during the dormant season of winter. This tutorial walks you through the process step-by-step.