Fall gardening is a great time to for planting vegetables. The Fall provides for cooler temperatures and fewer insects and pests. There are a number of vegetables that will thrive in these cooler temperatures. Fall gardening can be a real treat without the bugs and the heat of summer.
DMV Planting Guide
List of Fall Gardening Vegetables:
- Brussels Sprouts
- Southern Peas
- Winter and Summer Squash
- Lima Beans
Plant some vegetables you and your family will enjoy. There are many vegetable recipes available.
Starting Your Vegetable Garden Tips
- Start Small; why not, you can grow (lol) your garden larger in the coming season.
- Grow What You Want To Eat; make sure you select what you enjoy to eat.
- Choose Your Spot; need some and room to grow.
- Layout Your Garden; make sure you have plenty of room and can get to each vegetable.
- Get Good Soil; you know who to call (lol).
- Be Prepared; pest and disease, this is not a set it and forget it process.
As a kid in Morningside Maryland, I remember the pretty seed packages. I recall the vivid colors and beautiful artwork. You could always find the colorful seed packages at Hechinger’s (home improvement store). I recall seed planting offers in Boys’ Life magazines. These are some of my fond memories. Maybe you can start your fond memories with your family. With the cooler temperatures and Covid, why not, we are spending more time at home. This really does offer a pleasant learning opportunity for you and your family.
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