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Life After Transplant: Patients Now More Likely to Live – and Live Well

If not for a heart transplant, Drew Wilson would have been dead last fall.

These guidelines are for a USDA 4. For every zone warmer you are – delay this by one week.  So a USDA 6 would start transplanting perennials in mid-September rather than early September and would go until mid-October instead of late September. (two week difference between zone 4 and zone 6).

When Can You Transplant Plants In The Fall Garden

Taking the extra effort to clean up the vegetable garden beds in the fall makes it very easy to begin growing the following spring. The beds will be waiting and ready for planting. Simply rake the mulch aside, pull any weeds, amend with organic fertilizer based on your soil test results, and sow seeds or transplant seedlings into the garden.:

7 Tips to Prepare Your Vegetable Garden for Winter

Peppers are a warm weather crop, and grow well with moderate fertilization. Seeds should be started indoors and transplanted into the garden when night temperatures do not fall below 60° F. Choose from Harris Seeds' extensive pepper seed offering that includes sweet bell peppers, hot peppers, specialty peppers and ornamental peppers.  #gardentrends #growyourown #vegetablegarden #peppers #Jalapeno #sweetpeppers #habanero #poblanopeppers

View Quick Facts ChartChoose from Harris Seeds' extensive pepper seed offering that includes sweet bell peppers, hot peppers, specialty peppers and ornamental p

Fall Transplanting Success: Current research indicates the planting hole should not be amended unless amending the entire area.

In many parts of the country, trees and shrubs can be transplanted all year, but no matter where you live, fall is the very best time. The cool air and …

This is What Organic Gardeners Do in the Fall | Many gardeners do all the heavy lifting to prepare a garden in spring, but planning and planting a garden in the fall is not only good for your garden, it helps you maintain a garden organically and economically.  Read on to see how organic gardeners work the garden in fall, building structure and health as a foundation for the next season #sponsored

This is What Organic Gardeners Do in the Fall

This is What Organic Gardeners Do in the Fall Many gardeners do all the heavy lifting to prepare a garden in spring, but planning and planting a garden in the fall is not only good for your garden, it helps you maintain a garden organically and economic

It's not quite spring yet. but you're ready for gardening season, right? Here's 10 crops you can start from seed in February to scratch the itch!

What Seedlings Can You Start In February? [Planting Guide]

It's not quite spring yet. but you're ready for gardening season, right? Here's 10 crops you can start from seed in February to scratch the itch! Garden Tips, Gardening Ideas, Planting Guide.

Fall Transplanting Success - Growing A Greener World®

Fall Transplanting Success - Growing A Greener World®

The Transplanted Southerner: 5 Fall Scents for Your Diffuser (or make wax melts!)

*Made it- Smells good! The Transplanted Southerner: 5 Fall Scents for Your Diffuser (or make wax melts!

Ferns & Astilbe are a perfect mix for the shade garden, creating a soft and colorful display. While ferns are initially expensive, they are a hardy perennial and multiply rapidly. They are easily separated to be transplanted in new beds or given to friends. They stay green all summer and die back to a stub in winter for easy fall or spring cleanup.

I don't usually like astilbe but this is pretty. Purple astilbe shade perennial flowers Combination of fern and Astilbe leaf textures, with the soft purple flowers for contrast.

Do you hear that that's the sound of my heart breaking. Fall_Apart by somachiou on deviantART

Do you hear that that's the sound of my heart breaking. Fall_Apart by somachiou on deviantART. I ship JohnLock

Spinach is a suitable crop for winter production in New Hampshire due to its ability to continue producing saleable leaves at very low-temperatures.  Fall transplants into high tunnels can result in winter-long harvests and significant spring yields, providing an avenue for growers to meet strong consumer demand

Winter Spiniach Production in High Tunnels

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