Thought I would share some pictures of this years fall garden. It's been a warm fall so things are still looking good. If you don't have a fall garden you are missing out on a second crop of the cool season crops, and it is also one of the easiest times of year to garden- fewer weeds, pest, and disease. You also have the added benefit of absolutely gorgeous weather and fall colors to enjoy.
Here's a link to learn more about extending your season into the fall.
|Thyme and Lemon Thyme|
Meet the Not So Popular Spring Crops
Growing Spring Greens
Meet the Cool Crops of Spring
|Blue Curled Kale|
|Cabbage and broccoli planted in July for fall harvest|
|Fordhook Swiss Chard|
|Cardinal Swiss Chard|