Benefits of Fall Planting

When planting in the fall, your commercial landscape enjoys a variety of benefits. Knowing more about what these are helps to ensure that you are making the best choices for your property. It also makes sure that you know what it takes to ensure the proper plant maintenance.

Extra Root Growth

The flower and leaf growth on plants usually starts to slow down during the fall season. As your plants make their way toward dormancy, this allows them to put all of their energy into the production of roots.

Less Water Usage

When the weather is cooler and the sunlight is not present as long throughout the day, your plants will not need as much water to thrive. This is due to them photosynthesizing less water.

Better Timing for Young Plants

The reduced temperatures and greater precipitation help young plants to start off right. There is a better chance of this during the fall compared to when you wait to plant until the late spring.

Optimal Soil Condition

In the fall season, the soil is still warm, but it is not overly hot. This means that it retains moisture for a longer period of time so your plant roots are not facing soil that is overly dry.

Your Garden Will Be Ready for Spring

When you plant in the fall, you are making sure that your plants are ready to go by spring. This means that your landscape will fill out much faster and with less effort once spring begins.

Make sure your fall planting is done right by working with a reputable and reliable company. Discuss your options and have all of your important questions answered by contacting the team at Brilar today!

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