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As Fall Arrives, Is It Time To Put The Garden To Bed?

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The season has officially changed from summer to autumn, in spite of the lingering hot temperatures. So, now that peak planting season is over, what should you be doing with your garden and landscape?

It may be time to put it to rest for the season and prepare for the long wait to spring. Or, you may be interested in perennials, and if so, this is the right time for that. Our monthly gardening show will feature expert advice and your live questions and comments.

Joining Cincinnati Edition to discuss are Campbell County Extension Office Agent for Horticulture Education Sarah Stolz, Turner Farm Community Garden Manager Joshua Jones, and Cincinnati Zoo Manager of Botanical Garden Outreach Scott Beuerlein. The zoo's Native Plant Symposium is coming up soon on Nov. 9.

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Michael Monks brings a broad range of experience to WVXU-FM as the host of Cincinnati Edition, Cincinnati Public Radio's weekday news and information talk show.