Fall Gardening with Miracle-Gro

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The Fall season always feels too short in Colorado, but even as we know Winter is right around the corner I am never ready to let go of my garden yet. This year I decided to to add some fresh plants to the garden to create a little color and interest for Fall. In my front planter most of my summer flowers had faded or died off for the season so I decided to replace them with mums and cabbage.

I also transplanted some coleus that were by this time the lone survivors in many of my pots, giving them a second chance to flourish.

If you too are not ready to give in to the elements and abandon your garden, check out the  Miracle-Gro Gardenieres videos for helpful tips and ideas of how to create and maintain a beautiful garden year-round.

We use Miracle-Gro LiquaFeed on all our gardens about every three weeks. From veggies to herbs to flowers, everything looks so much healthier after a good feeding of Miracle-Gro.

We also have used and loved the Miracle-Gro Potting Mix for container gardens. I always worry about my potted plants getting enough nutrients but this soil has fertalizer mixed in and feeds plants for six months, so plants get all the nutrients they need!

It's always fun to see what others are doing with their gardens and get new ideas. Check out the Miracle-Gro Facebook page to find great gardening community.
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Fall is one of the best times to garden and enjoy the outdoors because the weather is so perfect; not too hot, not to cold. I hope that you will be inspired to extend the life of your garden and enjoy color and interest for a few more weeks or months.
Thanks for reading.
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