For the coming autumn, we should consider overwintering the garden. Some more delicate plants require care to survive the winter unscathed. If you grow ornamental grasses, try not to cut them before winter. As well as serving as a winter decoration, the withered stem protects the plant from freezing. Most plants do not tolerate holomization, which can fatally damage the roots. The quilttherefore, many plants were needed.The easiest protection from frost is a blanket made of quince or straw. You can also eat fallen leaves.
It is not suitable for drought-resistant plants, but the leaves are not suitable. A well-proven non-woven fabric can, if desired, wrap the whole plant or sprinkle it with a layer of mulch. If you grow potted plants, place them in a greenhouse and plant them in pots in the ground. You can wrap it with a straw or petit petit. Water evergreen plants and drought-tolerant plants before winter. They also welcome conifers, azaleas and heather. If your garden is decorated with roses, add to them at least 20 cm of soil mixed with compost before winter. In the autumn period, there is still time to harvest late vegetables. During the 11th month you can harvest brussels sprouts, spinach, leeks and root vegetables. Some wintering vegetables, such as currant, are recommended to be covered with non-woven fabric.
You have fresh vegetables in your hands all winter. It is also necessary to think about birds and small insects. Give hedgehogs, lizards, toads and insects the opportunity to take advantage of the winter garden shelter. Because of the layers of fallen leaves, pruned branches or piles of stones, they will thank you. Hedgehogs like to hide in freely accessible compost piles, piled with leaves. Think of birds as well. Clean the feeder and booth. For small insects, you can buy or make an insect house.