What to Plant In Fall

Tweet   I must admit, I’ve been pretty busy this past summer and my garden has limped along due to my admitted neglect. Remarkably, the prolific Sun Gold cherry tomatoes have done well along with swiss chard, thyme, green onions and King of North peppers. Definitely give these plants a try the next time it’s […]


Tweet There’s no time like autumn for leafy greens, but how much should you grow to ensure a steady harvest all season long? The answer is going to depend on a few factors: how many people you are feeding, how much you consume on average, and how long the growing season lasts in your area. […]


What to Plant in October

by on October 1, 2012

Tweet It’s starting to cool off, especially at night and in the early morning hours. Whether we like it or not, it is finally time to pull out the long sleeves, and that means that most of our precious summer garden plants are probably ready to call it quits. Don’t despair, my gardening friends! There […]


Planting for Fall

by on September 21, 2012

Tweet With Fall officially arriving this weekend, you need to get things in order to plant your fall garden. There’s no better time to plant lettuce, spinach and other quick-germinating leafy greens from seed while other cool weather favorites will perform much better if you start them from seedlings. At this point in the growing […]


Tweet September signals the end of summer and the entrance of fall. It’s a great time to get your favorite cool weather plants in the garden so you can enjoy fresh produce all through the season. Because the season changes pretty quickly, you will need to plant these in the garden as seedlings in September […]

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