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September is the perfect month to plant natives

Updated: Nov 1


Rudbeckia fulgida, Black-eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower
Rudbeckia fulgida, Black-eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower

The days are getting shorter. The leaves are starting to change. Fall is coming. Many gardeners have become conditioned to think that flower gardening stops around Labor Day, when they dump the annual flowers that have outgrown their container. It's not too late to plant native plants! The cooler weather that September, and even October, bring is actually better for the plants. You'll also have a better chance of seeing blooms next year by getting them in now.

The best part about planting now, Native Earth Nursery is having a 20% off sales at the nursery. Give us a call, and let us know when you'd like to shop, (585) 210-2688.

Hope to see you soon!

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