11 Easy Plants for Your Fall Garden


| 9/4/2015 2:54:00 PM


Candi Johns

 

 

If your summer garden was a bit of a disappointment, first of all, know you are not alone. It was a wet, soggy, soaking summer around our parts (as well as most of the U.S.) and the gardens grew fungi instead of tomatoes this year.

I have great news if this was your garden … it's time for fall planting. Squeal!



It's time for fall planting.

Candi
10/2/2015 12:32:45 PM

WOW! Sounds like your growing season is coming to a close. Here in Kentucky we have miserable, hot, humid summers but we can grow til the ground freezes in December. I suppose it's a give and take. :)


CHUCKM
9/9/2015 6:38:59 PM

I appreciate your encouragement but I don't think I could start some of these now, in northern IL. We will have frost in a month.






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