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Fall: Time to Plant Perennials

Fall is the time of year to plant perennials. Why? Isn’t the season winding down? It is, but it’s the perfect time to put winter-hardy perennials in the ground because they will use winter to develop strong roots. When spring … Continue reading

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Fall Garden Planning with Gardenerd

Planning out your garden each season is more than just fun – it gives you the chance to plant new varieties and experiment each year. What are you going to grow this fall? 

In warm winter climates, fall gardens thrive. In cooler climates, you can still plant a fall garden with protection. Using cold frames, insulated floating row cover, and greenhouses, you can grow
cool weather crops all winter long. Here’s what to grow:

Root crops, broccoli (Italian broccoli shown left), kohlrabi, peas, chard and …
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