Declutter Your Garden for the Fall Season

Now that it’s fall, you should #declutter your garden so that it can encourage healthy growth next year. Remove any spent plants; if they are free of insects and diseases, till them under or compost them to replenish the soil, says Earth Easy. Remove any invasive plants and weeds and dispose of them, since they can re-establish themselves in garden plots even after composting. Trim perennials such as fennel, rosemary and rhubarb, and divide and redistribute bulbs so that your flower garden will sport fresh blooms all year long when spring arrives.

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