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Summer is coming to an end (thank God!). So if you plan on growing food this fall, you better start making plans.
As explained by The Rootsy Network, there are three types of crops you need to consider: 1) Crops you plant in mid to late summer and harvest before the first frost, 2) Crops you plant in late summer or early fall and harvest in winter, and 3) Crops you plant in fall and harvest in early spring.
In this article, you’ll learn examples of these types of crops, what seeds you should buy, where you can purchase them, and many other tips and resources for fall gardening. The author gets very specific, not just suggesting beets and carrots, for example, but specific varieties such as Early Wonder and Scarlet Nontes.
Time is running out, so start planning your fall garden while you still can. Follow the link below to learn more.