Sharum’s Garden Center Tips: Planting for the Colder Weather

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In this week's segment of Sharum's Garden, Frank Sharum gives us some suggestions on which plants to buy this time of year, as well as some planting advice for the colder fall months.

One tip Frank Sharum has for us this week is to make sure that any flowers you intend to plant are planted by the first or second week of November, or their roots may grow too big for the pot they are purchased in.

Frank Sharum says that a great plant for this time of the year is ornamental grass. It does not grow as tall as pampas grass, but has a great look to it.

Also, make sure to check out Sharum's Garden's large selection of monster sized mums this weekend.

For more tips and information, please check out the video.

Segment Sponsored by: Sharum's Garden Center


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