Grow a Fall Container Vegetable Garden
Vegetable Garden

Grow a Fall Container Vegetable Garden

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Container gardening is ideal for starting plants in summer for fall growing and autumn harvest. Moving from hot summer temperatures to cooler weather provides conditions that many plants can benefit from. When freezing autumn nights threaten, portable containers give gardeners the chance to move tender plants to warmer protected areas to keep plants alive. With that flexibility, a fall container vegetable garden can provide extra and extended harvests. (Video#196)

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Videos to learn more:
“How to Plan a Fall Garden”
“Why You Need a Fall Garden”
“How to Plant a Fall Garden”
“The Best Plants for Container Gardens”
“Getting Started with Container Gardening”

Good container plants for fall:
Arugala, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, chard, kale, peas, lettuce, pac choi, lettuce, radish, spinach, turnips, cucumber, parsnips, rutabaga

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