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September Song

In this post from the Old Farmer's Almanac, Davey provides tips on properly planting trees.

Published Sept. 5, 2013

Old Farmer's Almanac

After Labor Day, I can feel and see the slowing of photosynthesis as plants wind down their season, heading towards dormancy or death. 

It’s my cue to plant spring-flowering bulbs and trees so they can establish roots to take them through winter.  And, it’s time to think houseplants, which to bring indoors and those I want to buy.  September’s silent song drives me to do things fast, before the frosts of early October.

For the full story, visit the Old Farmer's Almanac website.

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