The Q&A Archives: Fall Garden

Questioner's Location: lawrenceville, Ge
Date: August 30, 2009

Question: what type of vegetables can be planted in my garden for fall & winter months

Answer: Right now you can sow or transplant cool season crops like cabbage, turnips, mustard, radishes, beets, broccoli, carrots and even English peas. They enjoy the cool days of autumn and early winter and many of these can take a fairly stout frost and be OK. Don't wait too late to plant them. They're short-season crops and will mature in 45-60 days. Enjoy your garden!

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