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Late-Summer Gardening Tips For Beginners

Finish strong while setting yourself up for success next season

It’s inevitable: Summer will end and with that comes the close of gardening season (at least for most flowers). Stephanie Fox of @loving_my_gardeningtips shares tips for end-of-season gardening that will set you up for success.Shutterstock

Water regularly

“[There’s] work going on underneath the soil — the root systems and bulbs will be getting ready for the following spring," Fox says. "After a hot summer give your plants a good regular water to help the roots and bulbs prepare themselves and become stronger.”
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