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If you are an amateur gardener and you want a lovely garden, then you need to know that it is a good idea to plant flowers across all seasons. And fall-blooming ones are one wonderful addition to your flower beds. In this article, I intend to give you several suggestions of plants that flower from late summer into fall or in the fall months only. I will also provide you with short information about each of them, so you can make sure that they will survive the climate in your area.

CallCleaners North West London present you few of the most popular fall-blooming flowers that you can plant in your garden. What they share in common is that they are all extremely hardy and can survive almost all types of weather.

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  • Aster novi-belgii

This beautiful flower is also known as Michaelmas daisy. And it really kind of looks like a daisy. Asters can be found in various shades of pink, purple, blue, and white. The plant’s height varies, but it might reach up to 8 inches. These daisy-like flowers prefer climates with cool summer and high humidity. They flower in late August and survive until frost. If you think you want to plant those lovely flowers in your flowers, you need to choose a site with full to partial sun. It is also a good idea to pinch them in early summer. Thus, you will ensure that your garden will be adorned with a plenty of buds. ...continue reading

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Tips for Incorporating a Vegetable Garden into Your Landscaping
Written by Tim Smith

Ripe tomatoes ready to pickA beautifully landscaped yard is a benefit to both commercial and residential properties, enhancing street appeal and property value. Well-balanced color, symmetry and scale contribute to the aesthetic appeal. But landscaping need not be limited to manicured grass, ornamental shrubs and cultivated flowers. Incorporating herbs, fruit trees, fruit-bearing vines and vegetables into a landscaping plan lets you enjoy the bounty of seasonal crops and the color, fragrance and textures of plants usually confined to the back of the house.

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