Yah yah yah, we all had Kindergarten teachers tell us that April showers bring May flowers... but can you grow a garden during the rest of the year!?!? The answer is a resounding YES!
In truth, there are multiple outdoor gardening seasons for all parts of the country! Whether you're in northern Maine or southern Florida you have the ability to grow food for the majority of the year... The trick is to pick appropriate plants for your climate and planting date.
Generally speaking, Fall gardening takes place between August and October, and seasonal crops that are fast-growing, hardy, and cold-tolerant are the most likely to succeed.
New Fall Garden Products:
To help simplify the process, we're excited to launch three new Container Seedsheets designed specifically for the Fall Gardening Season! Each kit features:
- 🍁 Fall-specific plant types like greens, root vegetables, and hardy herbs
- 🧺 Fabric gardening container, saucer, and stakes
- 📆 Fast-growing plant varieties so you can enjoy before the frost
- 🥕 Free replacement pods for replanting root-vegetables after harvest (available only in Rootin' Tootin' Root Vegetable kit)
If you have any questions on these gardening kits, or are looking for advice on designing a Custom Fall Seedsheet, don't hesitate to reach out to us on our VIP Facebook Page, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy your Fall harvests, and showing Kindergarten teachers that they don't know everything... ;)
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