Here in Minnesota, the leaves are beginning to change as the beautiful season of Fall is upon us. Along with changing leaf colors and cooler temps, Fall brings a chance for us to 'organize' our lawn and gardens to ensure a successful lawn and garden for next spring.
While most of the organization Closets For Life does happens inside the home or garage, we are always happy to encourage organization in all areas of life. That is why we are bringing to you today some helpful links on preparing your yard for winter. Happy fall and happy organizing everyone!
Helpful Links to Information on Preparing Your Yard and Garden for Winter
From the Minnesota State Horticulture Society, their article on getting your garden ready for winter has some unique ideas (like planting spinach now for an early spring crop) that we haven't seen before.
Link to Minnesota State Horticulture Society Article
Star Tribune's 'Digging In' feature writer, Deb Brown, provides some simple steps for getting your lawn ready for winter including when to fertilize your lawn and mulch perennials.
Link to Star Tribune Article
This article from the University of Minnesota Extension Services talks about how to protect your trees and shrubs from winter damage.
University of Minnesota Extension Link
A task not to be forgotten is getting your lawn mower ready for winter. This link from Consumer Reports features a step by step video on winterizing your lawn mower.
Link to Consumer Reports Video
Closets For Life is a custom organization company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Locally owned and operated, Closets For Life works with homeowners as well as designers, builders, remodelers and architects to create innovative solutions for all organizational needs including closets, garages, wine cellars, kitchens, home offices, Murphy beds and more. Contact Closets For Life for a free in-home consultation by phone at 952-484-0416 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit our website at www.closetsforlife.com.