Don’t assume gardening season is over when summer crops finish. Lots of great veggies can still be grown well into the fall months and even winter depending on location.
In the Fall garden, Beets are an excellent choice. They love cooler temperatures and many people love them roasted in the oven.
Kale is another wonderful Fall vegetable that does well with cooler temperatures. Best when the leaves are picked young and tender.
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Wondering what grows in the fall garden? Here’s what Survivallife.com details on the topic:
If you live in areas where you don’t expect frost until mid to late fall or in areas with a very mild winter, then you can have great success with a fall and early winter harvest.
If you want a fall harvest, now is the time to get your hands in the dirt and get planting! There are plenty of vegetable crops that actually prefer the cool fall weather and will produce a bigger and better crop because of it. Lettuce and other leafy greens will grow bigger without bolting in the summer heat. Fall vegetable crops can also be stored in a root cellar after harvest for use all winter long. Via survivallife.com
Here’s a list of 10 Fall Vegetables to grow:
For details on planting and these 10 excellent vegetables to grow in fall visit veggiegardener.com.