Savvy gardeners know that fall is the ideal time to get perennials, trees, vines, shrubs, and cool-season vegetables into the ground. That’s because:
1. In October and November, your garden’s soil is warm, and that will help your plants grow.
2. With the fall and winter rainfall we receive in the Bay Area, planting now will create well–established roots for a much stronger, vigorous plant come springtime.
3. Fall and winter rain mean nature does the watering for you.
Fall is for planting!