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Tips for getting your yard and garden ready for fall and winter

Think foliage, not flowers. Gardening’s second season is in full swing.

Debra Olberg reaches for a branch of Blue Princess Holly amongst dense bushes.
Debra Olberg reaches for a branch of Blue Princess Holly Monday, Sept. 18 at Garden Spot Nursery. Holly is a perennial plant and one of the plants Olberg encourages people to plant for year-round color in gardens. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
Last weekend, I spent some serious garden time harvesting ripe tomatoes and cutting off their molder
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