It's time to think about preparing your garden for the colder months and fall is an ideal time to cut back certain perennials, which not only helps maintain a tidy appearance but also promotes healthier growth by minimizing diseases and pests. However, it's essential to identify which perennials to prune in the fall, as not all plants benefit from this practice. In this guide, we'll explore the top ten perennials that thrive with a late-season trim, providing you with insights on when and how to prune them effectively.
The recent arrival of the spotted lanternfly in Illinois has raised concerns among residents, but there's no need to panic. The experts at Hinsdale Nurseries have valuable advice on how to respond to this newest insect pest in our state.