October 03, 2021 2 min read
The transition from Summer into Fall brings beautiful colors, delicious treats (hello PSL!!) and sweater weather, but with that come several important changes for your plants. Some will go into full dormancy, most will greatly slow their rate of growth to conserve energy. The days grow shorter as we move through Fall and Winter which means less sunlight and therefore less energy for your plants to grow. All of this is completely natural and part of your plants’ lifespan, but there are some things you should do to prepare for this time of year.
Bonus: the first frost in New York City isn’t predicted to happen until mid-November this year, so you have a little extra time for your plants to grow!