5 Tips for Autumn vegetable gardening
April 27, 2020
5 Tips for Autumn gardening:
Be prepared for some disappointments in Autumn, especially if you are new to vegetable gardening. Garden pests love to eat newly planted seedling. Not everything will grow well. You need to keep an eye on your newly planted seedlings.
Take the time to experiment and find the best plants suited to your garden area, region, soil, your lifestyle and time available to care for them. Don’t give up if something fails, try again as it may not have been your fault the plant did not grow well.
Remember that occasional disappointments make the harvests that get to the dinner table a cause for celebration and enjoyment, they are even more special.
If you need some guidance on growing through the seasons The Vegetable Garden Workbook is a great resource and covers everything you need to know from selecting your growing space to harvesting and rotating. Find it here.
Autumn vegetables to plant now:
Vegetables and herbs well suited for planting now in a temperate climate include:
Start the following vegetables from seed so they are ready to plant in a few weeks time:
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