Planting in the Fall

Planting in the Fall

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You can plant up to 6 weeks before your ground freezes. Once the ground is frozen, root growth will cease almost entirely until spring, and that six-week window gives the plant time to get established enough to withstand cold and snow. The date that your ground actually freezes varies from year to year, of course, and some areas won’t have frozen ground at all. If you’re unsure, mid-November is a safe planting deadline for nearly everyone.
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Soil and Organic Matter – the Why and the How

Soil and Organic Matter – the Why and the How

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So, to make the roots happy, we like to have a nice ‘loose’ soil versus a rock-hard soil.  The best way to loosen up soil is to add organic matter.
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