How should garden care be in autumn?

How should garden care be in autumn? First of all, let’s collect the fallen leaves with the help of a rake and remove them from the area. We can use these leaves as organic fertilizer by keeping them outside the field.

Aerate the garden soil with a tiller or hand tool. Trim dead or broken branches. These branches should definitely be used as fertilizer, fence, etc. in your garden. Do not use for such purposes.

In order not to damage your garden, remove the dead roots in your garden. Remember, autumn care is also spring preparation, so start planting your summer and spring seedlings in these months.

Except for some extreme weather conditions, the most suitable month for planting seedlings is November. Make sure to ventilate your lawn area. Supplement your garden soil with minerals.

Spray insecticide in your garden. Make flowers with species such as roses, tulips, daffodils and chrysanthemums in areas that remain open after ventilation.

Don’t stop watering just because it’s autumn, just water less.


Then how about some practical information?


Autumn months, which are the months of rain and fertility, are a unique caftan for planting seedlings because the soil is more humid. In addition, if we want to add new colors to our garden, do not be afraid to plant flowers in these months. Also, do we have cold-sensitive flowers in our garden, then we can put those flowers in pots with peace of mind and plant them again in the spring. Let’s prune our over-sized shrubs and trees in these months. Let’s throw the broken and yellowing branches directly out of the area, but let’s put the branches that we pruned aside to give form and shape.

The most important thing to do during garden maintenance in autumn is to increase the resistance of the plants and prepare them for winter. Do not neglect the spraying and fertilization programs during these months.

Take care to continue the irrigation process. The current precipitation level may not meet the needs of your plants.

Did you know that one of the most suitable periods for planting saplings is autumn?

In addition to planting new plants, you can prepare your garden for winter by not neglecting the maintenance of existing plants in your garden!

Autumn weather conditions are ideal for planting new plants and trees before frost arrives. There is less “transplant shock” when placing plants or trees in nests in the fall. During this period, the Earth is farther from the sun and colder. This means there is less risk of losing water through sweating (sweating). Periodic rains and snowfalls help maintain moisture and settling in the soil around the roots. Even when the weather is cold, the soil keeps the sun warm. The roots continue to grow until the ground eventually freezes, and then they grow back. Another reason to benefit from planting in the fall season is dormancy.

You’ve heard this word before, but do you know what it means? And why is it important? Just like bears, perennials hibernate when they need rest to strengthen their systems.

This is dormancy! Plant sap is low when perennials and trees are dormant. They harden. They do not get much nutrients. Their green color fades, their delicate leaves fall down.

They rest and wait for cooler weather in the fall to enter dormancy.

To put it simply; autumn is warm but not very hot; It’s cold, but not too cold. This harmony provides the perfect opportunity to plant your plants and trees in the soil while the weather conditions are still ideal.

Benefit from planting in the fall, let your tree roots cling to the boring soil, and then you can enjoy your growing garden or green spaces when warm breezes and bird chirps herald the arrival of spring.

Planting seedlings in the fall gives the trees ample time for the roots to become well established in the soil before the seedlings enter the rapid growth period in the spring. Therefore, trees grow well.

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