A fall garden guide

In most of the country, by definition fall gardening is a second chance. After the anticipation and ease in early spring, and the crops that overload your fridge drawers with abundance at the peak of season, there’s also the inevitable reality of plants that wilt and struggle from the increasing heat and pest pressure of late summer. It can frustrate the heart on a surprisingly deep level. Turns out, planting a fall garden can be the most worthy time investment you make all year. As the days cool veggies, fruits, and herbs are inherently less stressed, and therefore become less susceptible to pests and disease…


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