I know I’ve said it before, but I just really love this time of year! Living in Florida, we get an extra growing season. I just planted a few weeks ago my Fall crop – you can read about it here.
It’s pretty exciting when you start seeing your seedlings start to pop up! Again, here in Florida, we don’t have to worry with all the snow and cold weather, so we can just plant directly in the ground, unless it’s January – March. It does actually get to freezing point here in those months, so you just have to be aware if you are planting.
So, what did you plant this Fall? I’ve got my garden spread out into several areas and it’s big enough to feed the four of us in my family.
On my list this year, I planted: Corn, Blue Lake Green Beans, Acorn and Spaghetti Squash; Daikon Radish, Green and Jalapeno Peppers, Okra, Red and Yellow Onions, Collards, Kale and Kohlrabi; Texas Creamers, Black eyed Peas and a Cowboy Bean that those darn bunnies keep eating.
I also have a few tomato plants and basil growing. I’ll keep you updated as everything starts to grow!
It’s not too late to start your fall garden. Just grab your Farmer’s Almanac and a shovel and get to work!
I pray you have a Bountiful Harvest in your garden this season!