Newnan Landscape Supplies | Keep your Garden in Great Shape this Fall

Just because fall is right around the corner doesn’t mean that it’s time to hang up your green thumb and gardening gloves! With the right steps, you can continue to reap benefits from your vegetable garden and start preparing for next year’s flower garden. Check out these tips we have found that may help you. If you have any other tips you would like to share with our online community – stop by our Facebook page and post on our wall. We would love to hear from you!

Quick Growing Plants

It’s not too late to plant more veggies if you are up to it! Some vegetables can go from seed to the finished product in as little as four weeks. Spinach and radishes are among the list of quick growers – so do a little research and pop in a few more veggies to the garden!

Shop the Sales

You can find some super deals on gardening equipment and décor right now. We have seen marked down gardening items in several stores over the past couple of weeks. Even one of the local pharmacies had half of an aisle dedicated to moving the last bit of gardening tools and decorative items at very cheap prices. It’s the perfect time to stock up on items you use for your garden or even to spruce it up a little bit.

Plant your Bulbs for Spring Now

A lot of plants, like tulips, need a winter freeze to kick off the growing process. When purchasing your bulbs for spring, be sure to read the instructions for when you should plant them. Some require for the temperature to be in a certain range. Take a couple of hours on a cooler day to plant your bulbs and you will be rewarded with beautiful flowers in the spring.

Winter Faring Plants

It’s always hard to predict what type of winter we will get here in Georgia. Some years it is a short, warmer winter; other years it is a longer, freezing winter. Fortunately, our winters are nothing compared to what the states up north get every year. When our winters are relatively mild, you can continue to harvest from veggies like chard, broccoli, lettuce and kale. As long as the temperatures do not stay under freezing for too long, these hearty plants will do just fine – giving you some nice green vegetables throughout the winter.

For more information about Mulch & More and the landscaping supplies we have available – give us a call at (770) 252-0006 or contact us online. Good luck with your fall garden!





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