Fall is a busy season in the garden– digging, dividing and moving perennials, planting new perennials and digging in spring flowering bulbs.
There can be a lot of changes and additions to the garden this time of year. Sometimes it’s hard to remember all that has been done!
It is a good idea to identify the location of these changes so that they are not disturbed by early spring gardening. Plant labels, stick labels, or even stones, can be used. I usually place these identifiers on the north side of the plantings so that I have a pretty good idea of just were the new planting is located.