I have removed most of my annual flowers from my flower gardens already. It is kind of sad. I love fall, all of the colors are georgeous. But dread the cold weather ahead. The cleanup involved during fall gardening is an opportunity to divide perennials and create more flower beds. I save the seeds from the flowers to start new one the next year. You can too, go to the link below for find out more.

 

I have a website that offers lots of home and garden ideas.

Check it out at http://www.improve-your-home-and-garden.com

 

The site features projects inside and outside the home.

 

It is meant to inspire and motive visitors to personalize their homes to reflect their style and love their homes and gardens.

 

I hope you enjoy your visit and return often.

 

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Comment by Freda Eckel on May 9, 2011 at 9:43pm

Follow along as the gardening season gets going with updates on this blog. I also write articles for Hubpages, follow me there at http://hubpages.com/profile/RentedMule

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