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Summer is considered to be the prime time for a garden. Warm, sunny days make us think of crops growing and fresh vegetables on the table. But, you can keep that freshness going into the cooler months too!
When planning your fall garden be sure to find out the average date of the first frost, and the number of days each of your plants needs to mature. This tells you when you need to plant your vegetables. Your frost date can be found in gardening resources for your zone. The amount of time needed for each plant to mature is usually listed on the seed packet.
Some plants do better than others in the fall garden. Here are 5 vegetables that are perfect for cool weather.