Planting for a Fall Harvest: Fall Vegetables

Plant a fall vegetable garden—and extend your harvest. In late summer, you might think the garden is winding down, but this is the perfect (and easy) time to bring in those wonderful cool-weather vegetables.  I love fall gardening—less pests, less watering and weeding, and more pleasant weather conditions.  In warmer regions, many crops grow just as well in the fall as the spring, especially spinach, Swiss chard, broccoli, and kale. In colder climates, many of these same vegetables are frost-tolerant. Many crops taste better after a frost or two. As soon as your spring…

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