by Count On Me 4 All
Perennials are starting to shut down as the weather gets cooler and snowy winter months draw near. Our garden’s work may be almost complete for the season, yet OUR work as gardeners is not done. We have work to do in our perennial gardens this autumn to ensure a healthy start for our flowers in the spring.
Debra Anchors, from the website Gardens Inspired, wrote Prune Your Perennial Flower Garden, to help us understand what each of our perennials need at the end of the season, so to as to insure a vigorous start to their growing season once warm weather arrives again.