Fall has just arrived! The fall season is a favorite time of year for me. Brightly colored trees, crisp night air to enjoy a restful night sleep. Ahhhhh!
For me the mowing is just about over and here in Colorado the first snow fall hasn’t hit (but it could) and it’s time to start thinking of fall planting for spring color.
If you are anything like me, spectacular color at my curb and patio come first signs of spring is bombdiggity.
Planting tulips, daffodils and other bulbs in the fall will allow roots to develop before the ground freezes.
It’s exciting when the bright colors of crocus, daffodils, hycinth and tulips peek through the last bits of winter snow.
Here are some tips, when fall planting for spring color: