Do you love vegetable gardening and all things sustainable? I’d be lying if I said that I wasn’t a fan of sustainable gardening, all throughout the season! Most people’s gardens die off in the fall, but what if I told you that you could grow vegetables throughout the fall and winter? I’m serious! It’s possible to grow vegetables to sustain your family throughout the fall months. Here’s what’s good to grow when it comes to fall vegetable gardening:
Did you know that broccoli can germinate in temperatures as cold as 40 degrees farenheit? Make sure you plant these at least 45 days before your first fall frost to ensure a plentiful fall harvest.