From the McDonald Garden Center Blog
The Fall Veggie Garden
by Kathy Van Mullekom, a lifelong gardener and gardening writer living in York County, VirginiaWhen it’s hot, it’s difficult to think about a cool-season vegetable garden. Yet, it’s time to do just that – and time to begin prepping and planting one. If you have a warm-season summer garden of squash, melons, cucumbers and peppers, maybe some of those plants have produced all they can and can be removed to make room for cooler crops like spinach, lettuces, onions and collards.