Did You Know
Even though many plants, bushes and trees will lose their leaves during fall and winter, it's important to continue applying deer repellents year-round. Deer forage aggressively when food becomes scarce. Fall and winter are the times when they're most likely to enter your yard — bringing the potential for Lyme disease with them while ravaging your foliage, trees and shrubs.
To strengthen your negotiating position with potential buyers, get an accurate idea of your home's market value. A real estate agent can tell you the selling prices of similar homes in your area, helping you set reasonable expectations.
If your fall garden's plants become crowded, pluck a few out to help remaining plants grow roots and increase the harvest yield. You may be surprised just how many cool months your plants provide you with fresh, delicious produce.