How to Plant a Fall Vegetable Garden


Cabbage makes a great addition to a fall vegetable garden.

Summer may have ended, but did you know that you can continue planting and growing yummy vegetables all the way through the fall?

Many cool-season vegetables come into their heyday as the temperature drops, and some taste even better once they’re been nipped by a light frost.

Here’s what you need to know to plan, plant, and enjoy the harvest from a fall vegetable garden in your yard.


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3 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Danny,
    Can you please help me understand why my Apples only produce for a few months June, July, and August.
    Thank you,
    Sabrina

  2. Well your apple tree and you are very lucky to produce apples in those three months. I have two apple trees. One is at least five years old and never flowered. forget the fruits. and other with mixed apple is a year old, but no flowers. what to do to get fruits?

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