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Autumn

The autumn garden is a delicate balance of beauty and necessity. The transition from summer to winter can be difficult for some plants, but with the right care, your autumn garden will thrive. Read on for our top tips to make sure you have a happy fall!

Mulch – Mulching helps retain moisture in the soil and prevents weed growth. Plus, it looks great! Spread an inch or two of mulch over your flower beds before they go dormant so that they’re ready when springtime rolls around again.

Plant perennials – Perennials are one way to help avoid gardening year-round as many perennials stay green all season long, providing color throughout the winter months without requiring any special attention.

Top 5 Indoor Plants That Love Low-Light

Sunlight is essential for plants to grow, and most species need at least some direct sunlight each day. However, many indoor plants can tolerate low levels of sunlight or even no direct sun at all. Here are six of the best plants for low-light conditions:

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How to Care for Cymbidium Orchids

Cymbidiums are popular flowers that come in a variety of colors and can be kept at home or in the garden. How do you care for these plants so they stay healthy and beautiful?

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Autumn

The autumn garden is a delicate balance of beauty and necessity. The transition from summer to winter can be difficult for some plants, but with the right care, your autumn garden will thrive. Read on for our top tips to make sure you have a happy fall!

Mulch – Mulching helps retain moisture in the soil and prevents weed growth. Plus, it looks great! Spread an inch or two of mulch over your flower beds before they go dormant so that they’re ready when springtime rolls around again.

Plant perennials – Perennials are one way to help avoid gardening year-round as many perennials stay green all season long, providing color throughout the winter months without requiring any special attention.

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