Your Monthly Garden Chores for September



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- Divide and transplant clumping perennials, such as Lily of the Nile (agapanthus), swamp lilies (crinum lilies) and daylilies (hemerocallis).

- Sow seeds of cool-weather vegetables, such as lettuce, spinach, mustard and radishes. Transplant collards, cabbage and broccoli.

- Make sure your winged friends have access to water. Change water in birdbaths, daily. Fill a flowerpot saucer with moist sand for the butterflies.

 

 

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