Gardening is something you can do year round. Prepare in January and February so that when March comes you are able to start planting. These tips from the University of Illinois you’ll be on your way to having a great harvest this fall.
Want to get a jump start on your spring garden? There are many different flowering plants you can start from seed in the fall. These plants enjoy a cold, chilling season which actually encourages germination in the spring. Come see the suggestions and get seeds for your growing space.
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It might be mid-summer, but there's still plenty of vegetables you can start in your garden for a full fall harvest! Here's 20 that only take 90 days (at most) to mature!