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Aquabarrel LLC
(240) 683-7246
554 N. Frederick Ave. #122
Gaithersburg, MD

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Gaithersburg Kmart
(301) 208-9091
209 Kentlands Boulevard
Gaithersburg, MD
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Stadler Garden Centers
(301) 840-2044
6815 Allney-laytonsville Road
Laytonsville, MD
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Groundcovers, Perennials, Plants, Shrubs, Trees

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Meadows Farms - Germantown
(301) 353-0098
11406 Hawkes Road
Clarksburg, MD
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American Plant Food Company
(301) 469-7690
7405 River Road
Bethesda, MD
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Johnson's Flower & Garden Center
(301) 948-5650
12201 Darnestown Rd.
Gaithersburg, MD
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Jack Baur Horticulturist, Inc.
(301) 762-0094
537 Anderson Avenue
Rockville, MD
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(301) 987-1940
5011 Olney-Laytonsville Rd.
Olney, MD
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(301) 871-6640
14014 Connecticut Avenue
Silver Springs, MD
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Fall Garden Tips

By: H. Iacobacci-Miller

Now that the dog days of summer have passed, it's time to start thinking about a few fall gardening chores. Fall is the perfect time to plant your spring bulbs , divide perennials as well as move your houseplants and herbs indoors.

Herbs Indoors
Fall doesn't mean you have to forego fresh herbs; simply bring them indoors! Not all herbs will grow indoors, so be sure to read up and then select the appropriate varieties such as thyme, rosemary or even parsley. It is important that they receive enough sunlight, so place them in a location that receives approximately 6 hours of sunlight. Remember, some herbs will require less sunlight. During the fall and winter months, your herbs won't require as much water, however, misting will keep them happy!

Move Houseplants Indoors
Don't wait until you start getting a frost to move your houseplants indoors. You will want to bring them indoors when the outside temperature is similar to that of your inside temperature. Basically, if you are comfortable leaving the windows open, then it might be a good time to go ahead and start acclimating your plants back to the indoors. While your plants were outdoors, it's possible they acquired pests such as ants. To get rid of pests, treat with a mild insecticide. It is also a good idea to wash the leaves of your houseplants with a mixture of mild soap and water. As with your herbs, most houseplants will not require as much watering during the colder months.

Divide Perennials
Approximately 6 weeks before the first hard freeze is expected is a good time to think about dividing some of your crowded spring perennials. It is a good idea to know your plants though since not all perennials need to be divided.

Daffodils Mixed
Planting Bulbs
Fall is the perfect time to plant your spring bulbs like Tulips and Daffodils . Now is also the perfect time for bulb feed or bone meal.

Digging up Bulbs
Just after the first hard freeze, it's time to dig up summe...

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Fall Gardening

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By: H. Iacobacci-Miller

Ceratostigm Plumbago
Often referred to as Plumbago. Makes a colorful ground cover with its low growing, steadily spreading habit and deep blue hue. Plant in full sun to partial shade in fertile, well-drained soil. Foliage takes on a reddish-bronze tone with cooler temperatures.

Coreopsis
Also referred to as Tickseed. It has a daisy-like and can be used in front of border, groundcover or underplanting. Plant in full sun.

Russian Sage
Woody perennial with gray leaves with lavender blue to gray-blue flowers. Plant in full sun.

Aster
Fall blooming Asters come in colors ranging from white, to pink or blue. They are a great way to add a boost of color during the fall.

Mums
Like Asters, Mums are a great way to add a punch of color in the fall. They have a tight, mounded habit and stunning bloom cover making them perfect for mass plantings.

Remember, the onset of Fall does not mean your gardening is over. With Fall blooming annuals and perennials, you can have splashes of color almost year round.

For easy online shopping for your gardening needs, try: Michigan Bulb Co. and Gardener's Supply Co.

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