Sow these seeds now, and you could be eating fresh homegrown salads by October

Sow these seeds now, and you could be eating fresh homegrown salads by October

AUGUST IS THE perfect time to grow cool-season vegetables for harvest in fall and early winter.

I’m not talking about winter-hardy vegetables, such as Brussels sprouts (the most delicious of all vegetables), broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and carrots, which all are overwintered for harvest in spring. Those plants need to be planted by early July in order to grow sufficient roots and obtain enough size before the winter rain and cold are upon us.

 

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