Growing your own food is an eco-friendly and cost efficient solution that can also be fun, so why not keep it up into the cooler fall months? Plants like broccoli, arugula, carrots, and turnips are just a few options that can endure the colder months, especially if you plan ahead for frost. Visit eBay for more lessons in fall vegetable gardening and get ready to make so many yummy autumn recipes.
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Rhubarb Rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum) is one of the first perennials to come up in spring. This is a plant for cooler regions since it cannot withstand heat above 90F. Well-drained soil amended with rich manure is ideal for growing this vegetable. Sections of rhubarb roots should be planted in early spring and the soil kept moist. Since the clumps can grow 3-4 feet across, sufficient… [read more]
How to Plant Bulbs in a Container – planting in fall and leaving outside during winter will bring forth better blooms because of the exposure to winter cold.
Speedy vegetable plants are a good choice for fall gardening. They can be used to fill in spots in the vegetable garden where plants have been harvested or grown in containers for a portable garden space….
Bees need to store up pollen and nectar to survive winter hibernation. Here are some tips on how to provide bees with the right fall forage to meet their needs.
Just as we enjoy perennials that bloom in spring or summer, there are also perennials that are in their full natural glory in the fall.
Growing fall vegetables in colder climates can be a gamble, but these crops mature quickly so you can grow more food in your fall garden.
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