Now is the time to start your fall garden so you can get some cool weather crops in by winter and others in the ground so they will come up in spring. Fall is just around the corner and besides getting ahead on your knitting projects; it is also a great time to start preparing your garden for the fall. Some of the plants don’t do well in hot weather but they are pretty essential to have in spring. Therefore, the edge of chill in fall provides a good environment for growing some cool weather crops.
Some of which will be ready by the time you land in spring and depending on how long until frost in your area they may provide you with some cool weather crops before winter sets in. Gardening is not just a passion enjoyed by homesteaders but is quite the aesthetic factor for good looking houses for many others as well. Fall not only brings a chill and crispness to the air but is full of warm colors. The view of nature in fall is usually breath-taking given the rapidly changing colors from green to yellow to orange and finally brown. The feel of leaves crunching beneath your feet is enjoyed by many nature lovers.
You can prepare your garden with planting some cool weather crop seeds so that the garden looks less barren and you can have a yield for the beginning of winter and some coming on in the spring. In this article from Preparedness Mama, you will find a list of cool weather crops to add to your fall garden.
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