Fall has arrived and just because the temperatures are dropping, doesn’t mean your summer vegetable garden has to be put on hold until next year. On the contrary, the fall temperatures will give fall vegetables a crisp taste and allow them to grow healthy by warding off pests and diseases.
Plan to plant your vegetable seeds to ensure your crops reach maturity before the first frost shows up. For each type of vegetable, the number of days to maturity should be listed on their packaging. The experts working at the garden nurseries in our gardening supply catalog are always willing to help customers with these types of questions, so feel free to ask away.
If you plan out your fall garden properly, the following fall vegetables can harvest all throughout the fall and into the colder months. While these fall crops might need some more time to mature, most will harvest in September and October. Don’t give up your prized summer vegetable garden! Plan ahead in late summer and carry your gardening hobby into the colder months for some extended gardening therapy.
6. Brussel Sprouts
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