Fall is on the horizon and it’s time to be thinking about your fall garden. It’s not too late to start your fall garden from seed. The first thing you want to do is figure out what your first frost date is. You can google that. Then the fun part is figuring out what you can plant! Once you have your first frost date you count the days between that date and today. That’s how many days you have to grow your fall vegetables before the frost sets in. Here is a list of fall vegetables you can grow and harvest before your first frost!
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Choose vegetables that will have enough time to mature in your growing window. Growing a fall garden can seem quite scary but I promise you it’s much easier than growing in the summer. There’s less pest pressure and the weather isn’t so hot. It’s a very comfy and cozy time of the year.