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Fall garden in East TN ?

Post  ETNRedClay on 7/4/2013, 9:58 pm

This is my first year with SFG and my first year with veggies.  I am THRILLED with my spring and summer SFG beds.  Eating tons of veggies and freezing more.  I'm planning the fall/winter garden now and wondered if anyone in our general area -- Zone7b, Tennessee Valley, Middle South -- had any suggestions.  I have a little more room on the map

Lettuces, microgreens, spinach, radishes, carrots, leeks, celery, kohlrabi, fennel, mini bok choi, parsnips, beets, turnips, bush beans, peas, summer squash, cukes, peppers, sprouting broccoli, & fingerling potatoes.

Suggestions?

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Re: Fall garden in East TN ?

Post  bnoles on 7/5/2013, 6:49 am

Don't forget your collards, mustards and kale.  Also a good time to plant your garlic for next summer harvest.

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Re: Fall garden in East TN ?

Post  sassykat&joe on 8/6/2013, 7:38 pm

I'm planning on some broccoli, lettuces, carrots, sugar snaps, and maybe something else that looks interesting at the CO-OP.  Our local CO-OP should have fall starts around the end of August for the broccoli.  The rest I'm going to start from seed in the next couple of weeks, after I get the summer stuff that is finishing up out of the beds.

 I got several 6x15 ft long shade cloth rolls from Wally World a couple of years ago for $1.00 each that I'll use to help them keep cool until the weather cools down (not that it has been really all that hot this summer around here).

Katie in East Tennessee

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