Oh, I have been imagining the bounty of vegetables that will come from my cool-season vegetable garden.
I have visions of of harvesting lettuce, garlic, carrots, green onions, cauliflower, spinach and radishes fresh from the garden.
Marigolds and nasturtiums will also be included in the vegetable garden to help keep bad bugs away and they make the vegetable garden pretty.
Of course, I still have cucumbers, peppers, bush beans and tomato plants in the garden, which keep me busy. But, I can hardly wait to plant my cool-season vegetables.
And so in a few weeks, I will add 3 inches of new compost and 1 inch of manure to my gardens, to get them ready for the seeds that I will plant.
I prefer starting vegetables from seed, except for cauliflower & garlic. Cauliflower does best when started from transplants. I'll plant my garlic in October from cloves (I still have about ten heads of garlic left from my spring harvest :-).
I am putting my order in for my seeds now so that they will be ready to plant.
How about you?
What are you going to plant this fall?
For information on what kind of vegetables to plant in your garden and when to plant them - check out this link (simply enter your zip code for a customized vegetable planting calendar).
**Here is a link of when to plant cool and warm-season vegetables Maricopa County, which is where I live :-)Pin It