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Using the leaves you rake from your yard as compost keeps them out of the landfill and helps the environment.
Fall’s a great time to get a head-start planting next year’s garden.
Ambivalence over the name of the third season of the year reflects its status as a relatively new concept.
Colorful foliage photos highlight the best of what nature has to offer.
Did you know that raking leaves for a long period of time, without taking a break, can be dangerous to your health?
Fall is the time to prepare the perennials for winter.
What to do when the leaves fall.
Get your yard cleaned up and your equipment tuned up before winter sets in.
Get those beloved colors of autumn right in your own yard with a beautiful fall garden.
We all know the drill: You wake up on a Saturday with every intention of doing some pre-winter maintenance but ditch your best-laid plans as soon as you feel the late-summer sun on your shoulders.
It's easy to get carried away when you're surrounded by glorious fall color, but if you follow these twenty tips to be a savvy leaf peeper, you'll make the most of your trip.
Research indicates that poison ivy has grown much more aggressive since the 1950s, with leaf size and oil content measurably increased.
Fall yard cleanup tips from Gardening expert Melinda Myers.
As you begin to pack up and store things for winter, consider selling off items you no longer need to avoid wasting space.
With a little planning now, you can create a fall garden for next season that will rival the bright new leaves and flowers that spring gardens have to offer.
Tending to your yard can be just as good for your health as a gym workout. Mind these safety tips before you dig in.
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