September is an excellent time to walk around your garden and take stock.
Now is the perfect time to walk around your yard and find spaces that need more color or interest at this time of the year.
Deep-rooted native plants can absorb many inches of rain per day, dramatically reducing run-off into streets.
Spring is the time to prepare for fall, so this month is a good time to think about your September garden.
In September we get our houseplants ready to move back indoors.
Asters are the stars of our September gardens, and indeed the word aster means ‘star'.
Sounds brutal, but dead-heading is important for promoting new growth.
If you love blue flowers, then Monkshood is the plant for you.
A farmer may still refer to asters as weeds. However, the explorers who came to this country about two centuries ago, recognized their horticultural value.