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  Garden Care in All Seasons  

Many people think that spring and summer are the two most important times for gardening, However, although spring is great for harvesting and summer is great for blooming, it is also important to do your garden care in the fall to ensure a successful gardening season the next year around.

In the Fall

Fall is the time to prepare for your garden for its winter sleep. Most people will start by cutting everything back and pruning your plants as much as you can. Get rid of all the fallen or broken leaves and put them in the bin. Make sure you till the soil during the fall season as well in preparation for the harsh winter. Add some extra mulch to your perennials to keep them warm during the cold season. It's also a good idea to add some compost or manure to the soil.

If you want to expand your garden during the fall, the best plants to buy are bulbs. You can plant them in the fall and they will blossom for spring. As soon as the dreary days are behind you and the ice melts from the ground, your garden will sprout new beautiful bulbs in place. Fall is also the best time to till any more soil if you plan on expanding your garden. Many people will wait until spring but it's a good idea to prep the area for the New Year in the fall.

Time for Spring

Spring and garden care go hand in hand. Most people will start their garden ritual as soon as the winter days are behind them. Spring is the best time to get down and dirty, pulling and pruning your plants. Spring is also the time to plant new flowers, especially annuals and perennials. May is the best time for annual planting. Make sure you also fertilize during the spring.

Summer of Garden Care

Summer is all about maintenance. This means you need to pull out the weeds that grow, cut off the dead leaves, prune them back and constantly water your babies. Summertime is the best time to spend in the garden. Most people will water once or twice a week, more during those extra hot days. Add fertilizer to the watering mixture twice a month as well.

Garden care is not something that can be done sporadically. It will take some time and patience, as well as trial and error, but, with the right garden care every season, your garden will continue to blossom and grow every year.

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