By W. Alan Bruhin, Extension Director
Fall is for planting, so say Andy Pulte and Susan Hamilton with the University of Tennessee Department of Plant Sciences and the UT Gardens. The well-known gardening experts say enthusiasts should take advantage of the season’s great weather to plan and plant for next year’s landscape.
“There is a lot of nice weather left to get out and garden. However, October is typically the driest month in Tennessee, so be sure to keep your garden watered,” cautions Pulte.
Here are some additional tips from the UT experts for fall garden maintenance:... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.