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To have a beautiful garden into late fall, there are a few key things you can do:
Plant fall-blooming flowers and vegetables. There are many beautiful flowers that bloom in the fall, such as asters, chrysanthemums, dahlias, and pansies. You can also plant fall vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and kale.
Keep your garden beds tidy. Remove dead flowers and leaves, and weed regularly. This will help to keep your garden looking its best and prevent pests and diseases.
Water and fertilize your plants regularly. Fall is a great time to fertilize your plants, as they are preparing for winter. Be sure to use a fertilizer that is specifically designed for fall use.
Protect your tender plants from frost. If you live in a climate with cold winters, you may need to protect your tender plants from frost. You can do this by covering them with a frost blanket or bringing them indoors.
Here are some additional tips for a beautiful fall garden:
Add interest with ornamental grasses. Ornamental grasses add texture and movement to the garden, and they look especially beautiful in the fall when their seed heads turn golden brown.
Include berries and fall foliage. Berries and fall foliage add pops of color to the garden. Some good choices include blueberries, cranberries, holly, and maples.
Create a focal point. A focal point could be a large tree, a water feature, or a piece of garden art. It will draw the eye and create a sense of balance in your garden.
Add some whimsy. Don't be afraid to add some fun and whimsical elements to your garden, such as a birdhouse, a birdbath, or a wind chime.
With a little planning and care, you can enjoy a beautiful garden all the way into late fall.