For many people the Fall signifies the end of the vegetable growing season. It’s natural to assume that once the days get shorter and the temperature plummets, things wilt and die, or at the very least, stop growing… The things is there are some very key vegetables that need to be planted in the Fall (October/November time) to ensure they crop early next year. Vegetables such as garlic, Brussel sprouts, broccoli, kale, fava beans (broad beans) all benefit from being planted in the Fall and will crop earlier the season after.
Now is the time to be thinking about planting these winter vegetables, so for more information and advice, head over to ‘Empress Of Dirt’ and check out their post about growing vegetables throughout the winter. Also, be sure to check out our previous post: How To Turn One Garlic Bulb Into Lots Of Garlic Bulbs