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Georgia Pollinator Plants of the Year

Chances are you are spending much more time at home during the pandemic. This probably means you are spending more time observing your surrounding landscape and the critters it attracts. For many, this time at home has ignited the desire to sow seeds, grow vegetable, or plant flowers to attract…
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Things to Do in the October Garden: Vegetables

Begin harvesting cool-season vegetables, such as broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage, and collards. Enjoy apple harvests in the north part of the state. Clean up any remaining warm-season vegetable plants, such as tomatoes or peppers. Fall is a great time to conduct a soil test for your vegetable garden. Lime…
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Things to Do in the October Garden: Annuals and Perennials

As fall progresses, continue to remove old and spent foliage from warm-season annuals and summer-blooming perennials. Any non-diseased plant debris can be composted. Enjoy the addition of cool-season annuals to your landscape, such as pansies, dusty miller, and snapdragons. Fall mums are also colorful additions to the fall landscape. Container…
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