I can’t believe it is September already. Most kids have gone back to school, and while the weather is still hot, hot, hot there are definitely signs of summer coming to an end. My summer garden is still producing strong, but that isn’t stopping me from planning and planting my fall garden. Fall gardening is so much less labor intensive than the “main show” that I actually look forward to the cooling temperatures.
September still means tons of time spent putting up your summer harvest. Since the sun is still strong, you can use the weather to prepare your yard, your chicken coop, and your flower pots for the fall season. There are still plenty of time to plant and plenty of time to harvest.
In this month’s ebook, I’ll walk you through dividing perennials, planting seeds for a fall garden, tips to extend your growing season well into November, and give you the basics on freezing your harvest before winter does. I’ll also give you the 411 on planting spring bulbs–both flowers and garlic.
Now get out there and Dig For Your Dinner,
Want to get more out of your garden next year? It’s never too early to get a jump start and snag January, February, March, April, May, June, July, and August’s gardening eBook edition too, if you haven’t already!