Marianne Binetti

October 5, 2011 12:00 AM

For a colorful winter garden - start now

Dirt Cheap Gardening awaits thrifty gardeners this month as nurseries put trees, shrubs, vines and many perennials on sale for fall planting. In our climate, autumn is the best time of year to add plants to the landscape because the cool soil and fall rains encourage stronger root growth.

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