September is a transition month in the garden. Although we may still have warm, even hot, weather, it's time to clean up our summer gardens to make room for autumn's bounty. Cooler days and crisp evenings and mornings will be here soon enough — in some areas of the country, it's time to begin cool-weather planting, while in others, planting will have to wait a few weeks. But in every part of the country, it's time to say goodbye to summer and prepare for what's ahead.
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