Ohio Fall Planting - Knowledgebase Question

Kettering, Oh
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Question by AmaranthineP
September 2, 2009
Is there anything vegetables I can plant in OH now that will produce? I know I cant plant garlic in the fall but is there anything else that even has a chance of surviving?

Answer from NGA
September 2, 2009
There aren't too many plants that will have time to grow and mature before your first frost, but you can try leaf lettuce, radish, baby carrots - virtually anything that doesn't have to flower to produce a fruit. Try to find short season varieties and you should be able to harvest before winter weather sets in. Next year you can start seeds or transplants in August for a fall harvest. Enjoy your garden.

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