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Succession Planting
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Organic Fertilizer
Increase the biological productiveness of your soil. Read article
Plant a Garden for Fall
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  • A gardener’s best ally to help plants survive the hot summer is organic mulch, the very same material that protects them in the winter. Spread a two- or three-inch layer of chopped leaves, wood chips, shredded bark, or pine needles over the bare soil under trees, shrubs, flowers and vegetables (but not up against plant stems). It will keep the soil over and around plant roots cool and help retain moisture.