Tips for planning your fall landscape projects
Hot summer temperatures are not conducive to outdoor work on big landscape projects, but there is something you can do. LSU AgCenter’s Heather Kirk-Ballard explains how it is a good time to plan your fall landscape, from the comfort of your home.
Summer days are great time to sit back and enjoy your garden, but they are also a great time to plan your fall garden. Now is a great time to purchase your cool season seeds: broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, leafy greens, and kale.
However, do not start any big projects like redoing your landscape in the hotter months. Plan out your projects during the summer; so, come fall, you can plant your trees and shrubs in a preferred climate. It is also a good idea to work with a licensed landscaper.
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