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Fall planting in southern indiana

Updated on August 26, 2012

november garden in southern indiana


fresh vegeatables on thanksgiving day

Wow its late November and its still warm enuff to have fresh veggies, right out of the garden.I live in southern Indiana, and that's a rare site to see, its usely cold down in the teens this time of year. I just had to show off these pictures, If you notice I have all ready plowed the rest of the garden preparing it for spring planting. I always like to plow my garden in the fall so when we get a freeze it will get rid of the bug larvae buried down deep in the ground. There is a lot of red clay here and by plowing in the winter , it makes it a lot better to work up in the spring, the dirt will be soft and easy to till. I like to plant some early vegetables in mid march if it doesn't rain for a week or so.Im new at blogging but I do enjoy gardening and hope to here from other people that loves it as much as me. I want to thank you for taking the time to read my add.God bless

fresh cabage on thanksgiveing in southern indiana


plowed around the cabage



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    • SanneL profile image

      SanneL 6 years ago from Sweden

      Welcome to hubpages!

      You have a great garden. Your cauliflower and cabbage looks fantastic. I never get my cauliflower to grow that big.

      Looking forward to read more of your gardening hubs.

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      mljdgulley354 6 years ago

      Kevin Welcome to hubpages and Thank you for following me. I love to garden and your's looks great.

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      ChuckG 6 years ago

      Nice to see you have a garden. Welcome to Hub!

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      Deborah Neyens 6 years ago from Iowa

      It's been a great fall for gardens. I live in Iowa and I was able to use all of the following vegetables from my garden for my Thanksgiving meal: potatoes, celery, chard, butternut squash, and leeks. I also pulled some carrots yesterday to make soup with my leftover turkey. Your cauliflower looks amazing!

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      David Stillwell 6 years ago from Sacramento, California

      Kevin: Welcome to hubpages. I enjoyed your post and the great photographs. That cauliflower looks incredible! Very much looking forward to reading more of your gardening hubs!