Tuesday, August 24, 2010
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It is HOT outside, but now is the time to start thinking about what to plant for the fall garden. We are lucky to have two growing seasons in Austin, so I plan to take advantage of the mild fall and grow some more veggies!
If your peppers, eggplants and tomatoes are still hanging in there like mine, you might even see a second crop when the temperature drops a bit.
Here's what you can start planting..although you may want to wait until the temperature drops below 100 or plan on giving your plants some major TLC until it does!
Collards, Chard & Kale
*I also planted a new round of cucumbers
Lettuce and Arugula
Peas-Sugar and Snow
September Planting Guide from The Garden Hoe www.theculinarygardenhoe.com