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Just this morning, while watering the garden (yes, Mother Nature has finally stopped the waterworks and we Northeasterners now need to unreel our hoses and water our gardens), I was wondering what could be planted in my unproducing beds that had previously been home to spring peas and early-season lettuce. Only moments ago my unverbalized question was answered. . . .
As though she somehow knew my pondering garden thoughts, Carleen Madigan, Storey’s garden editor extraordinaire and garden group leader, sent out an e-mail to the Storey garden group with exactly the information I had been curious to know:
It’s so nice to be able to keep harvesting when the weather starts to get chilly! I’ll be sowing carrots, beets, lettuce (maybe indoors), and kale this weekend. Here’s a great planting calculator for fall crops (from our friends at Johnny’s Selected Seeds), in case you’re interested.