September is best time to get started on a cool-season edible garden. While it may seem counterintuitive to plant while summer crops are winding down, the warm soils and cooler temperatures will give plants a jump start on growth for the fall season.
With warm weather here in California (sorry polar vortexers) it’s beginning to feel a lot like spring. We have new plots planned for the test gardens, strong seedlings in the greenhouse, and gardeners throughout the office itching to get their gardens going. Here’s your spring inspiration:
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