Several crops are not quite finished for the season; see the final harvest

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MILWAUKEE -- Fall is a perfect time for composting. The dry fall leaves are a perfect mix with green plants that are finished for the year. Learn how to use them to create precious compost for next year.

Some of summer’s containers should go into the shed for the winter – while others, along with their plants stay outside to weather the winter, with some extra care this fall, that is. See what to do and when.

Several crops are not quite finished for the season even if we are. See the final harvest as we bid farewell until next year.

You can head to the Milwaukee County UW-Extension Horticulture page for more gardening information.