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It’s Time to Plant Fall Peas

Peas might be the proverbial spring vegetable, but they are also great grown in fall's cooler temperatures. Learn when to plant and what varieties I recommend.

pepper plant deficiencies: yellow leaves, defective plant development

Common Pepper Plant Nutritional Disorders and How to Recognize & Treat Them

article: PLANTING FOR FALL & WINTER HARVESTS - Grow Winter Density Lettuce from Seed

Planting for Fall & Winter Harvests

Planting for fall & winter harvests has to be started in the summer, and continues into the fall depending on how fast the particular organic crop grows.

9 Greens You Can Grow All Winter Long

9 Greens to Grow all Winter

9 Greens You Can Grow All Winter Long, even up north! Plant in containers in south-facing windows, or in the ground with some adaptations.

When to plant winter cover crops

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Rurification: Early Planting:   Plants that love cold weather.  Knowing what plants like cool weather is the first step in getting a 12 month garden going - even where there's actual winter.

Rurification: Early Planting: Plants that love cold weather. Knowing what plants like cool weather is the first step in getting a 12 month garden going - even where there's actual winter.

using a cold frame in the midwest!  Winter garden!?!

Yes, you can garden during the winter in the Midwest! With a little planning and some good protection, you can still enjoy some beautiful blooms – and even some fresh vegetables – right along with the snow.

There are many plant companion settings. Plants that help one another     out by promoting healthier growth, warding off certain pests, and ...

Companion plants for beans Check out sister site Red Hill General Store for Canning recipes & instructions

Vegetables You Can Plant In July - By Location

Vegetables You Can Plant In July

Vegetables You Can Plant In July - For me it's SOUTHWEST Basil Beans Cilantro Corn Cucumbers Dill Peppers (Transplants) Summer Squash Tomato (Transplants) Winter Squash

Succession Planting: Keep It Coming | "Following one crop with another is the most important tool for maximizing a garden's yield. Creating a detailed succession plan now eliminates the guesswork of what and when to plant later on in the season. Get started by making a list of all the vegetables you want to grow and developing an understanding of their individual growth habits and preferences."

Succession planting: Keep It Coming

Common Ground: Full Circle: Everything is connected. An organic garden offers lessons in learning.

The Easiest Way to Get Worms Out of Broccoli - use this simple kitchen trick to get rid of unwelcome green beasties in your produce.

The Easiest Way to Get Worms Out of Broccoli

The Easiest Way to Get Worms Out of Broccoli - use this simple kitchen trick to get rid of unwelcome green beasties in your produce. Soak florets in warm salty water for about 20 minutes.

Use Bean Inoculants to Grow a Better {Bumper} Pea and Bean Crop!

Use Bean Inoculants to Grow a Better Pea and Bean Crop

Using bean inoculants can increase bean and pea yields and helps with germination. I use inoculants when I grow all of my beans and have a bumper harvest.

don't forget to start seedlings for fall! Now, summer 2013

Planning for a Fall crop

Tips for Growing Spinach in Your Garden - How to grow spinach from seed, how to transplant spinach seedlings, when and how to harvest spinach plants.

Tips for Growing Spinach in Your Garden - How to grow spinach from seed, how to transplant spinach seedlings, when and how to harvest spinach plants.

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