While the last of the Rose blossoms still bring a colorful shout to an early fall morning, it’s just another reminder that the leaf debris must be cleaned from the plant beds. And before you tend to the garden equipment before a winter’s sleep, the Roses will need mounding before the first frost sinks in beneath its roots. Just what you need today - another fall garden chore list to peruse. Yes, a post from the archives including a link on mounding your roses, too. http://blog.bilowzassociates.com/2010/11/garden-chatter.html
As Hephzibah Menuhin pointed out, “Freedom means choosing your burden.” So if you choose to garden, what must be done, especially before the first snow flake falls could be considered freedom or burden. There’s always a garden list to chip away at, despite the season; be it winter, spring, summer or fall.
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