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By Holly Smith
Fall is one of the most pleasurable times to be outside in the garden. In spite of the hint of melancholy that comes with the end of growing season, autumn’s dry, cool air and clear blue sky are energizing and exciting. And the brilliant red and gold fall trees that grace our woodlands and our landscapes ease us into winter with their beauty. Despite the vagaries of this summer’s weather — excessive rain, followed by drought, and then the fierce winds remnant of Hurricane Ike, the woods have begun to glow again.
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