Fall Vegetable Garden Planning – Choosing the Best Plants for Autumn Growing



Planting a fall vegetable garden is a great way to get more crops from the space you have right through autumn into early winter but timing is key to its suc…

Building a simple and portable greenhouse can add three months of harvest to your vegetable gardening season. The 6 x 8 foot greenhouse shown in this video i…
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  • Less Mess says:

    Don’t hide your green thumb this fall, check out this video to help you
    keep gardening even in the colder months!
    Fall Vegetable Garden Planning – Choosing the Best Plants for Autumn Growing
    

  • Earthco Soil Mixtures says:

    Don’t hide your green thumb this fall, check out this video to help you
    keep gardening even in the colder months!
    Fall Vegetable Garden Planning – Choosing the Best Plants for Autumn Growing
    

  • Deborah J says:

    Thank you !!!

  • GrowVeg says:

    Planting a fall vegetable garden is a great way to get more crops from the
    space you have right through autumn into early winter but timing is key to
    its success.

    In this video, we demonstrate how you can select plants for your fall
    garden by choosing vegetables which like to be planted at this time of
    year, as well as how you can use our Garden Planning apps to work out the
    best position to help each plant grow to its full potential:

  • Miss L. Ortiz says:

    Planting a fall vegetable garden is a great way to get more crops from the
    space you have right through autumn into early winter but timing is key to
    its success.

    In this video, we demonstrate how you can select plants for your fall
    garden by choosing vegetables which like to be planted at this time of
    year, as well as how you can use our Garden Planning apps to work out the
    best position to help each plant grow to its full potential:

  • Garden Sheds Kent says:

    This informational video is extremely great! This is very helpful to be
    wise in selecting what to type of plant to have in particularly in every
    season. Of course, we need succeed in what we aimed for about gardening.

  • Za J says:

    Planting a fall vegetable garden is a great way to get more crops from the
    space you have right through autumn into early winter but timing is key to
    its success.

    In this video, we demonstrate how you can select plants for your fall
    garden by choosing vegetables which like to be planted at this time of
    year, as well as how you can use our Garden Planning apps to work out the
    best position to help each plant grow to its full potential:

  • nery colon 1 says:

    That’s great information. I have to my lettuce on the end of September or
    October since where I Live there’s no freezing weather.

  • Nicole Zapata says:

    What a great resource, as usual from Mother Earth News! I’m going to share
    this link with our Community Garden group. Thank you!

  • Tim Trammell says:

    WHere can I get that garden planner?

  • greenlovingmom says:

    good tips thanks!

  • GrowVeg says:

    The Garden Planner is available from several gardening websites – just
    click the Show More link under the description of the video (above) and
    you’ll see a list of links to some of the sites (sorry, YouTube won’t let
    us post links directly into this comment). GrowVeg.com is one of the main
    ones.

  • Peter Pyrreb says:

    Very helpful. Thank you.

  • JR Gelo says:

    I am really liking not only the garden planner but alo these great
    educational videos. I learn more wys to use my planner each time I watch.
    It’s like a lass that I lays wanted to take!

  • txhypnotist says:

    TY for posting, great information on what to grow and when. thanks.

  • Hao Lam says:

    did you put a grow light in the green house at all?

  • Irideon Andon says:

    After posting my first question, I searched and discovered I live in zone
    9B, average 25 – 35 degrees F. Is one able to grow squash, asparagus,
    cabbage in a small green house? Or can you direct me to a more appropriate
    place for this type of question? Thanks!

  • DJMovit says:

    What zone are you in? How cold does it get during the winter? I’m in the
    Great White North (Zone 5) and most winters are horrible with subzero temps
    and lots of snow.
    Thanks
    Tim

  • Irideon Andon says:

    Can you grow squash? 

  • Jon Locke says:

    Hello. Do you grow in yoir greenhouse in the summer or just in spring and
    fall?

  • Margaret Park says:
  • Margaret Park says:

    Watch my featured video “Look At How Much Food Can Be Grown In A Small
    Space” to see the continuing greenhouse crop in August.

  • Margaret Park says:

    Hello Nicole. The materials cost about $75.00. It more than pays for itself
    in the first year. Eventually the plastic sheeting needs to be replaced.
    I’ve been able to use the same plastic sheeting for two years.

  • Nicole S says:

    How much did it cost to build?

  • superslyfoxx1 says:

    Very nice.

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