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What's happening in the early October edible garden
Sunday, October 6, 2018 This is a time of year that most summer vegetables are winding down and cold crops are growing strong.  With frost, many summer vegetables will die and cold season crops will get sweeter.  The biggest difference between spring and fa...
What's happening in the early October edible garden
What's happening in the early October edible garden
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October 2018 Edible Garden Planner
Sunday, September 30, 2018 The October garden is very productive.  The summer vegetables like tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, basil and cucumbers continue to produce at a reduced pace.  These crops are very prolific right now.  The cool season crops like lettu...
October 2018 Edible Garden Planner
October 2018 Edible Garden Planner
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Plant your transplants for fall and winter harvest
Plant your transplants for fall and winter harvest
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Plant your transplants for fall and winter harvest
Late fall edible garden Sunday, September 23, 2018 Now is the time to put out your transplants for your winter garden.  Winter producing varieties are the really hardy cold crops that thrive in the cool temperatures of spring, fall and winter. To get the lo...
Plant your transplants for fall and winter harvest
Plant your transplants for fall and winter harvest
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Dehydrate or sun dry your extra veggies
Dehydrate or sun dry your extra veggies
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Freeze summer extras for winter and spring
Freeze summer extras for winter and spring
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Freeze summer extras for winter and spring
Sunday, September 16, 2018 Freezing is a super easy way to preserve summer freshness for all winter.  There are just a couple of tips to keep your frozen veggies fresh tasting for their entire winter stay in the freezer. For some veggies, like beets, carrot...
Freeze summer extras for winter and spring
Freeze summer extras for winter and spring
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Support local farmers and get weekly deliveries via CSA
Sunday, September 9, 2018 There are a few great ways to support your local farmers and get the freshest, most nutritious produce.  Try farmers markets, join a CSA or at least buy local at your supermarket.  Of the three, farmers market and CSA give the most...
Support local farmers and get weekly deliveries via CSA
Support local farmers and get weekly deliveries via CSA
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Plant lettuce seed now for fall and winter harvests
Saturday, September 8, 2018 Plant a variety of lettuce types now via seeds for harvests through fall and winter!  Lettuce enjoys cool temperatures and gets even sweeter as the temps dip. The challenge to starting lettuce from seed this time of year is that ...
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Try self-seeders for a more self-sustaining garden
Zinnia and Egyptian walking onions Sunday, September 2, 2018 An easy option for a plant once and be done are self-seeders.  These are plants that produce many seeds.  One trick to self-sowing is letting the seeds sprout before adding a thick layer of mulch ...
Try self-seeders for a more self-sustaining garden
Try self-seeders for a more self-sustaining garden
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