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10 To do list for your Fall Gardening

Fall brings glorious color and paints the entire landscape with unexpected but delightful hues.

It is the time of the season when most of the trees and plants change color and shed a lot of leaves.

The Autumn season brings with it a series of tasks that are very important for a thriving garden. You can engage yourselves in several activities that help in maintaining your garden. Some of the tasks for the autumn season are—

Planting Bulbs

— Autumn possibly is the best time to plant bulbs, and they will bloom vigorously next year. Tulips, Daffodils, Snowdrops, and other spring bulbs can be planted for a colorful spring.

Clean and Gather Dried Leaves

—Clean the garden and gather dried leaves and spent flowers. It helps in maintaining hygienic and clean conditions for the plants. Fungi and bacteria can spread from infected leaves, so getting rid of the damaged plants and leaves is advisable.

Composting Leaves

—Don't just get rid of dried leaves that you have collected. They can make good compost, so you can bury them for composting so that they can be consumed later to improve the soil quality.


—Autumn is also the perfect time when you can divide and plant many shrubs and plants. Hardwood rose cuttings, hedges, and other cuttings can be planted during this season. Bare roots can also be planted during this season.


—Cover the soil around your plants with mulch to protect them from winter damage. Hay, straw, wood chips, etc., can be used for mulching. It will help maintain the soil's temperature and prevent it from getting moist.


—Prune your shrubs, plants, and hedges to get rid of dead leaves, twigs, and branches. Pruning will also help the shrubs and hedges get back in shape.

Attracting Birds

—Many different birds can be attracted to your garden during this time of the year. Please do not get rid of all the spent flowers and seeds as the birds feed on them. Cheerful and chirping birds will add to the beauty of your garden, so you can make efforts to attract them.

Planting vegetables

—Many vegetables can be planted during this season. You can plant Cabbage, Cauliflower, Swiss Chard, Spinach, Turnips, Beets, Radish, etc.

These are some of the fall gardening activities that can keep you occupied during this season. You can find bare root stock, bulbs, and many other vegetables for planting from a nursery. So, grab your tools and enjoy the pleasures of gardening…

For all your fall planting, visit TN Nursery


Tulip Bulbs - TN Nursery

Tulip Bulbs

Tulip bulbs are spring-blooming bulbous perennials known for their wide range of vibrant colors and cup-shaped flowers, highly prized in gardens and floral arrangements. What are Tulip Bulbs Tulip Bulbs are one of the most popular perennial flowers grown throughout the world today. Each one starts as a bulb. The root itself contains all of the genetic information, such as the size and color of the flower itself. The root does not grow long, woody above-ground roots like other types of flowering vegetation. Instead, the roots sprout below the root after it is planted. Healthy tulips can grow season after season, making them one of the more consistent and vibrant types of flowers to plant in a lawn or garden. What Does a Tulip Bulbs Look Like At first glance, the root looks rather unassuming. In fact, it often looks more like an onion or shallot root than a bulb for colorful and vibrant flowers. Most of them are about one to two inches in size and have distinct layers. They also have flat bottoms, called basal plates, from which the roots of the flower grow. They also have growing points, or tops, from which the flower itself sprouts. A root ranges in color from light brown to beige. It has an outer protective skin called a tunic. Why Plant Tulip Bulbs They offer a number of benefits for properties on which they are planted. Primarily, they add a significant amount of color to gardens and lawns. These flowers can range in hue from bright yellow to dark purple and red. They also have large heads, measuring upwards of several inches, that make them center focal points in any garden or flower bed. Additionally, they can attract an assortment of insects and birds, including hummingbirds and bumblebees. People who like to watch wildlife may be more attracted to their properties when they plant them. Finally, they sprout year after year. They offer a convenient way to bring life and color to a property without creating more work for the gardener or landscaper. Where to Buy Tulip Bulbs People can buy bulb varieties at TN Nursery. They can also find bulb sales online or in catalogs that horticultural businesses publish and send to clients. They are typically inexpensive and available in bunches, so people can plant dozens at a time.

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