Tips On Growing A Fall Garden

by Jemma
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What to Plant for a Fall and Winter Vegetable Garden
I have "toyed," with planting a Fall/Winter vegetable garden before, but this year I'd like to a bit more.
So my research has been interesting to me, so it might just be to you too.
There are many benefits to planting a cold weather vegetable garden and it is not just reaping the benefits of the harvest.
Did you know that it is also an excellent method for enhancing the fertility and tilth of your garden.

Actually for those of us who live in warmer climates it is our time to bask in the produce that we can grow.

October is an ideal time to plant greens, broccoli and other cool weather plants.

But before we get any further lets look at a Map of Planting zones, provided by Plant
Did you know that zone 7 is considered sort of the middle ground of planting zones?

It weaves through many states and all across the U.S. with temps approximately 0-10 degrees.

Fortunately enough my California and Oklahoma families (who enjoy gardening too, share some of that zone.

You might be surprised to find that you do too and that you could grown all sorts of fresh veggies.
Here is a list of vegetables that do very well in the Fall/Winter garden.








8.Brussels Sprouts


10. Cauliflower
Suggested materials:
  • Zinnias   (Home Depot)
  • Planting Mix   (Home Depot)
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