Planning a fall renewal.
Whew! You survived another scorching, parched summer. Now, it's time to do some landscape damage control and turn your attention to more promising projects, such as planting trees and pruning for your plants' future health. Check out these past WaterSaver Newsletter editions for some ideas on how to plan and execute a flawless fall renewal.
Pumpkin patches are cool. Brown patches, not so much.
It reduces soil moisture evaporation, inhibits weed germination and so much more!
The mild, gentle weather is a great time to plant perennials.
Herbs have a medicinal purpose, too, in the form of soothing herbal teas, which comes in handy during the cold and flu season.
First, channel your inner healthcare worker and triage the landscape injuries. Then, prepare for short-term and long-term recoveries.
This simple task can cut your water use and save you some cash.
A brutally hot and dry summer may require earlier pruning.
Nothing says "renewal" like a newly planted seedling.
We're not talking male pattern baldness. But fall is the time to tend to the bare areas of your lawn.
Mow, mow, mow those fallen leaves into nutrition-rich chow for your lawn and trees.