October is not too late to do a little planting in your garden. In fact there are 6 crops you should be plating in October! Remember you are not planting for harvest any time soon, but instead any planting you do in October will over winter for an early spring harvest!
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Garlic is hands down the most easy plant to grow and care for. It is beautiful, the smell is intoxicating, and I can’t name a dish I don’t like it in!When I first started growing garlic I thought it was a sham! How in the world was the plant going to last through the winter […]
5 Crops you can still plant in September include Mache, lettuce, spinach, kale and claytonia. Plant these greens now for a harvest in late winter and spring. Get these greens in the ground in early to mid September and you will enjoy a great harvest of healthy green through the winter and early spring. Remember […]
According to some authors there are over 30 different crops you can plant in August for harvest in the fall and winter. In this post I am going to focus on the 9 crops you can plant in August that I consider the base fall and winter crops. But I have included a list of […]
The key to year-round gardening is some planning and some simple protection to have fresh vegetables all year long. Let me give you an idea of what I’m talking about. I started year round gardening in 2009. That spring we planted our normal garden and started harvesting the first radishes and lettuce about May 1st. […]