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Fall provides both endings and new beginnings in our gardens.
Our annual love affair with our flowers and summer crops is ending (all too soon, it always seems!) and the weaker sun, shorter days and cooler soil are telling our plants to wrap up for the season.

What can we do other than hunker down with a pumpkin spice latte and wait until Spring? We can keep on gardening! There are many opportunities for gardeners right now from growing cool-weather veggies to making changes that will prepare us well for Spring.
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    We love to hear from gardeners and answer questions. Don't be shy. We were all new to this once!
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