Fall gardening ideas are endless. The weather is cooler and the air is crisper, get out there and make your garden grow.
For all you starter, lets make things easy. The easiest and most beautiful shrubs for fall gardening are:
- Chinese Snowball
- Tea Olive
The fall gardening of vegetables for the Washington, D.C. Metro area include:
I love flowers and fall gardening ideas can provide you and your home with a bevy of colors. Imagine your home with year round color, it can lift the spirit.
For the sunny areas, may I suggest:
- Black Eyed Susan
For mildly cooler area, may you might try:
- Sweet Potato Vine
The following will do well in a partial shady area:
- Monkey Flower
- Forget Me Not
- Black-Eyed Susan
- Butterfly Weed
- Bleeding Heart
The soothing sounds of water with the back drop of shrubs, vegetables and or flowers can be your oasis. Why not sketch the dream yard, that will bring you happiness.
Flower Gardening Beds
Your fall garden beds should include rich organic soil. Once you have the basic’s you can custom design your soil for your unique fall gardening plant.
As for types or garden beds, there are three:
- Raised Beds
- Containerized Beds
- Supported Bed
Hardscapes Gardening Ideas
For starters, why not keep it simple. You could start with an inexpensive metal fire pit and existing of new lounge chairs. Some great fall gardening and landscape ideas are:
- Brick Pavers
- Concrete Patio
- Stepping Stones
- Stone Walkway
- Retaining Walls
- Flagstone Sitting Area
- Add a Precast Concrete Element
Come up with your plan. Make your dream happen. It doesn’t have to happen over night. Come up with you ultimate design and do one facet every year. Remember college (lol), make it the 5 year plan. The project will get done and you will be left feeling great about your work with your completed vision.
Just design and make a plan. Map it out and get started. Remember Bob Ross…..”There are no mistakes, just happy accidents”.
Make your home, your home.
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