Celebrating Fall Harvested Vegetables: What technically is a fall vegetable?

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Celebrating Fall Harvested Vegetables

By dave
October 10, 2015

We open the Fall Harvested Vegetables Celebration Week with a look at the top cultivars, top comments, most thumbed images, and more!

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Name: Paul
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Paul2032
Oct 10, 2015 6:02 PM CST
I plant indeterminate tomatoes and mine are still very productive and will be til frost. My favorite farm stand has lots of kinds of peppers. Potatoes, onions, turnips, parsnips....are they fall vegetables? Several green beans were listed among the favorites. Here they can be planted and harvested over an extended period. I could mention several more. What are fall vegetables?
Paul Smith Pleasant Grove, Utah
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Name: Dave Whitinger
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dave
Oct 10, 2015 6:08 PM CST

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That's a question we asked here in our house for several days leading up to this celebration week. Smiling Basically, what you said. Veggies harvested in the fall are fall harvested veggies. For most of us that means winter squash, pumpkins, beans, sweet potatoes, and such like.
Name: Paul
Utah (Zone 5b)
Grandchildren are my greatest joy.
Charter ATP Member Annuals Echinacea Vegetable Grower Hybridizer Tomato Heads
Garden Photography Birds Cut Flowers Foliage Fan Houseplants Plant Lover: Loves 'em all!
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Paul2032
Oct 10, 2015 6:28 PM CST
For some reason my mind is full of gardening trivia, some of which proves not to be true. I do remember in my area that someone was having problems with their green beans. The expert suggested planing green beans here in July instead of May. The early ones fell prey to insect damage but insects were finished by July so those beans flourished.....
Paul Smith Pleasant Grove, Utah

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