Plants have filled out and are blooming strongly one month after planting. Approximately four to six weeks after planting is the right time to start giving containers a weekly dose of soluble plant food. Otherwise, wait until midseason to add a handful of slow-release fertilizer to the top of soil (if you can find it) and water well. Wait to add a saucer beneath large planters until you need to water the pot daily to keep plants from wilting. Otherwise, you may deal create root rot if roots have not filled the entire soil volume.
Plan out your menu, and spend sufficient time on prepping all recipes to make things easier on Thanksgiving Day. For a simple meal, stick to just the classics: turkey, roasted veggies, cranberry sauce, stuffing and dessert. Warm things up with a fall soup like curried butternut squash with fried sage.
A modern yet dated suburban ranch got a major facelift to create this stylish home with smart curb appeal. The corner window grouping, which was formerly a detracting feature, becomes an aesthetic highlight when given a new look and paired with matching cedar beams, window boxes and a new door.