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Have you began planning your fall vegetable garden, yet?


 

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    Catherine Dean (mvillecat) 4 years ago

    Congrats on the successful garden. That is great. The problem here in Georgia, is that it is so hot for so long we cannot grow the colder season veggies until fall. It sounds like you have a big job in the fall without harvesting.

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    Catherine Dean (mvillecat) 4 years ago

    I live in Georgia, and our fall garden consists of collards, lettuce, kale, and cabbage. Plus, we continue to harvest summer veggies like tomatoes, sweet potatoes, peppers and squash throughout the fall.

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    Catherine Dean (mvillecat) 4 years ago

    Sounds good RoxiM. In Georgia, we cannot start putting even the seeds of cooler weather plants in the ground until September. I am so looking forward to the fall.

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    Catherine Dean (mvillecat) 4 years ago

    I am too, Claudia Marie!! I am ready for fall planting, fall weather, and fall food!!

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    Catherine Dean (mvillecat) 4 years ago

    In Georgia, we are dealing with a hot, humid summer too. My yellow squash have gone down due to mildew from the humidity. My tomatoes are trying to bounce back right now because we have had a good week of lower temps.