Most of us know that planting is not just in Spring, but most people don’t know what to plant in Fall. There are lots of plants that you can plant in Fall and guess what? You can plant almost everything!
Challenges may arrive, but it’s worth it. You can also check some information in our previous blog about planting in Fall.
Here are the top plants that you can plant in the ground during Fall.
Be excited about your spring garden by planting in the fall. The cool, moist autumn weather helps perennials get established so they’ll bloom their heads off when spring comes.
Here are some of the Perennials that you can sow in Fall. You can also visit our nursery to know more!
These are some Hostas that you can plant in Fall.
Trees and Shrubs
Fall is the best time to plant trees and shrubs. The weather is cool but the soil is still warm enough for the root development. Before digging, check with your local utility companies to locate any underground lines. Always plant trees and shrubs at their natural soil lines. Keep newly planted trees or shrubs well moist until the ground freezes so they get a good start before going into full dormancy during winter.
These are some examples of the Trees and Shrubs that you can plant in Fall. You can also visit our nursery to know more about the Trees and Shrubs that you might consider planting
Plant lily bulbs in the fall, a few weeks before the winter brings its coldest temperatures. Bulbs planted in the Autumn will have well-established roots when Spring comes.