I am an active member of a community garden and we are looking to keep the garden "open" as long as possible this year. We are looking to grow fall vegetables that do well up until the first, or second, snow of the winter season. We will start from plants not seeds as it's our impression that it's much too late for planting seeds. Any advice?
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Ok, great! Thanks for your answer. Are there any other vegetables you can think of? I have the community garden plots and a home garden. I would like 3-4 vegetables to grow in these cooler months.
Any thing from the cabbage family, parsnips would be especially good as you keep them in the ground all winter.
Thanks Sarra for the idea of parsnips! I love parsnips but hardly ever use them or cook them.