Beware! Avoid Planting These Fall Plants

Tender Annuals: Tender annuals like impatiens and petunias are sensitive to cold temperatures.

Warm-Season Vegetables: Vegetables like tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants thrive in warm weather.

Tropical Plants: Tropical plants like hibiscus and bougainvillea won't survive the cold temperatures of fall and winter in most regions. 

Perennials with Weak Roots: Fall planting is suitable for many perennials, but those with weak root systems may struggle to establish themselves

Plants Prone to Diseases: Avoid planting species that are known to be susceptible to fall-specific diseases, as these can quickly spread and harm your garden.

Overcrowding: Planting too many plants too close together in the fall can lead to overcrowding and unhealthy competition for nutrients and sunlight.

Invasive Species: Be cautious about introducing invasive plants to your garden, as they can spread quickly and negatively impact native ecosystems.

Plants with High Water Needs: In regions with dry fall weather, avoid planting species that require a lot of water, as it can be challenging to keep them

Late-Blooming Flowers: Flowers that typically bloom late in the season may not have time to establish and flower before the first frost,

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