Fall Garden Tips

Thanks for visiting Plant Exchange Blog today. Here we see plants of the USDA Zone 4 – 5a and people who grow them.

Fall is exciting with a new season for our yards. Today we have TWO sets of fall tips as you enjoy your outdoors. Below you see Agastache that attract monarchs and other pollinators in our backyard.

Thanks for the fall yard tips provided by JoAnn Fensel Ries of Fensel’s Greenhouse in Freeman, South Dakota. See her suggestions for perennials, bulbs, and shrubs here:

http://www.yankton.net/river_city/article_89a612b8-52b2-11e5-8d0a-eb65bf2422bb.html

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Fall is a time for color. Native smooth sumac is beginning to display. Just a few other tidbits you might want to think about these garden days. Find them below. Do visit Plant Exchange Blog next week!

http://www.yankton.net/river_city/article_99017e5a-52b2-11e5-90d2-c3ee3a4f55f3.html

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