If you have a garden, you know the work doesn’t stop… but continues on through fall. Whether you are planting bulbs or growing a crop of fall veggies, there’s still lots of work to be done! Check out these great tips and tools to help you out with your fall garden.
Felcos! 1 of 10Every gardener knows a pair of Felcos is a total necessity. They work great for cutting thick, woody branches!
Purchase from Terrain for $48
Backyard Farm Book 2 of 10Learn all you need to know to create a backyard compost, raise chickens, and grow your own food!
Purchase from Brook Farm General Store for $24.95
Copper Plant Holders 3 of 10Use these beautiful copper plant labels to mark where you plant bulbs this fall!
Purchase from Terrain for $18
Bulb Planter 4 of 10Use this bulb planter to make bulb planting a little easier!
Purchase from Clarington for $107
Clippers 5 of 10These handsome pruning shears are perfect for trimming away dead growth on your end-of-summer plants.
Purchase from Brook Farm General Store for $29
Garden Journal 6 of 10The classic Moleskin has been re-designed for gardeners! This charming little garden journal features special tabs, stickers and sections that break down plant habits and zones. It's the perfect book to spend your fall and winter with so you can plan out your gardens for spring!
Purchase from Moleskin for $19.95
Expandable Rake 7 of 10Rake away the autumn leaves with telescoping rake that adjusts according to the job!
Purchase from Terrain for $30
Compost Bags 8 of 10These Kraft paper bags are perfect for hauling away fall leaves and compost items. Includes pack of five 30 gallon bags that are biodegradable and compostable. Just dump right into your compost!
Purchase from Ron's Home and Hardware for $24.50
Fall Veggies 9 of 10Did you know you can grow radishes, arugula and a few other vegetables in the fall? They love the cool weather!
More info at Renee's Garden Seeds
Learn more about fall vegetables at The Tasteful Garden
English Soil Fork 10 of 10Freshen up and work the soil with this beautiful English digging fork.
Purchase from Kinsman Tools for $39.95
Top photo: Moleskin. All other photos from respective sources.
Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!
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