The Q&A Archives: Winter Vegetables

Question: We didnt get to start our garden this spring/summer because we had to move. What vegetables can I still plant and have a good harvest? We are in the Pacific Region of Washington. Thanks!

Answer: You can plant cool season vegetables in August and harvest them before the first frost. Some to consider planting include beets, collards, kale, leaf lettuces, mustard, peas, spinach, broccoli, green onions, and green beans. Next spring you can plant warm season veggies beginning in April for a summer harvest. Enjoy your garden!

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