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As the summer winds down, those of us who like gardening, but don’t like working too hard at it, might be tempted to kick back and forget about weeding and planting until the Spring rolls around again. See my other article on how to make a fall garden here
That, however, may be a mistake. The fact is that the fall is, in many ways, the perfect time to roll your sleeves up and get some actual work done. Here are some projects to get you started—and don’t worry, you’re unlikely to break a sweat doing any of them.
If you have a friend or family that is on the fence about gardening this could be a great way to get them gardening and start to appreciate it more… See the full article over at treehugger.com below: