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  How to Make Your Garden Last through the Tough Season  
 
As soon as summer is over, you need to start preparing for another long and cold winter. This means packing the kids back up to school, returning to a regular routine and putting the garden to sleep for the winter. Your garden has enjoyed a long and bountiful spring and summer but now that fall has rolled around, its time to put your garden to bed.

Most people think that spring and summer are garden seasons but, as gardeners know, fall is just as important. Fall is the time to take extra special care to ensure your plants last for the winter. Below is a checklist to ensure that you get everything done before the first snow falls.

    First of all, you need to take extra care with all your winter crops. If you have leeks, kale, parsnip, Brussels sprouts or anything other winter crop, put an extra amount of mulch around them. This will comfort and protect them through the colder months.

    Next, gather up all the leaves that have fallen in the last couple of weeks. Go through your garden and pick up any dead vegetation and additional dead leaves and add them to your compost bin. Take special care not to pick up any seeds in the process. They should be left in your garden.

    Dont forget about the weeds. Fall season is also the time to get rid of any access weeds that have crawled into your garden. Many people will also get rid of any vines that have taken over their garden as well, but others like to keep the vine for a more Christmassy feel.

    You need to take extra special care of your soil during the colder climate. Till the soil to start with and then add some compost to give it more nutrients. For those who are thinking about expanding their garden, the fall season is also the time to till more ground and prepare it for planting and harvesting in the spring. It is a lot easier to till the soil now than after the frost. Furthermore, this will prepare your ground for garden season in the New Year.

    Finally, dont forget about your garden tools. They need to be cleaned and free of dirt which can stick to the tools causing problems next year. Linseed oil can help keep your wooden handle tools in good shape. Make sure you dry your tools after washing and scrubbing them as the extra water can cause rust.








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