For those of you with green thumbs, it’s almost time to start your fall garden. But which plants should you choose? Although you can plant almost all the same vegetables you would plant in the spring, there are several things to take into account. For example, since the days get shorter toward the end of the fall growing season, crops will take a couple weeks longer to mature than they would in the spring.
This video by GrowVeg shows you what to plant and when by organizing vegetables into three groups: sprout in warm soil, start cool and transplant, sow when soil cools.
GrowVeg also has a website with a garden planner which you can use to design the perfect garden for wherever you live. Watch the video below for more info.
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