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Desoto, TX
(Zone 8a)

September 17, 2007
3:34 PM

Post #3984995

As I am presently in the dig, divide, replant, plant mode this was very helpful. Making notes now.
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6a)

September 17, 2007
5:48 PM

Post #3985467

Your photos are also spectacular - thanks for the good info!
Newport News, VA
(Zone 11)

September 17, 2007
5:57 PM

Post #3985488

Those photos actually belong to Melody here at DG who was generous enough to let me use them. The second one actually hung in the Museum of the Hudson Highlands. She's a great photographer!
Beaumont, TX
(Zone 8b)

September 17, 2007
8:35 PM

Post #3985959

Great article Joyce! So much helpful information for this time of year when our gardens go into transition from Summer to Fall to Winter. I am bookmarking it for future reference.

The photos are spectacular!! So much vivid color and beauty!

Thank you,
Marshall Islands
(Zone 11)

September 18, 2007
12:50 AM

Post #3986829

Joyce, thank you so much for the article...I don't get the change of seasons, and I do miss the fall colors so much. Your pictures and descriptions gave me a lovely reminder of the joys of Autumn. I enjoyed it very much.
Melbourne, KY
(Zone 6a)

September 18, 2007
8:27 PM

Post #3990203

Thanks for the tips--I didn't know about planting bulbs in pots! Maybe I can keep the critters from munching on them now... Yea!!!!
Fairhope, AL

September 18, 2007
11:43 PM

Post #3990914

Thanks for all of the good information. It is still pretty warm here in Fairhope, AL, across from the Mobile Bay. Sometimes we don't have colder weather until November and December. I wonder if I should be doing everything that was in the newsletter now or wait until October??????
Newport News, VA
(Zone 11)

September 19, 2007
2:19 AM

Post #3991548


Glad you enjoyed the article. The suggestions were for different regions of the U.S.
To get specifics for your area you should contact your state cooperative extension which gives guidelines for your zone. This link might help:

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