Summer may be sailing out soon, but that does not mean that you need to shut down your garden.
The Who's Green blog, offers several suggestions that can help you keep your gardening groove going all year long.
Try planting veggies that enjoy cooler temperatures, such as kale, collards, broccoli, beets, carrots, rutabaga, spinach, turnips, and Swiss chard. Many of these veggies actually benefit from chill in the air.
Also, learn which veggies are good to germinate for spring, how to prepare for the first frost, and what you can do with your green thumb during the winter months.
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