Here’s how it starts with a water-soaked landscape this fall

The Congo Valley receives a large portion of the annual rainfall during the harvest season, which is always a good relief from a long, hot summer. While we tend to focus more on water conservation during the dry season, it is also important to remember that in the fall. Fall is the busiest time of year in the area and in the garden – the best time of year to plant trees, shrubs, ground cover and many years of landscaping. When we replace damaged or dead plants and add new beds and landscaping features, let’s do it wisely, not only to preserve our water resources in the future, but also to improve the chances of plants growing all year round. Climate in western Texas.

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