Fall is for Vegetable Gardening in Florida

August 4, 2011 by Rickb

Now is the time to get your garden started. Fall and Winter gardening can be the most productive time to garden. It is the best time for strawberries, broccoli, carrots, onions, spinach and more. If you plant soon you can get a good crop of tomatoes, peppers, squash and other warm season crops as the weather cools off when the crops near harvest. Watch this video for the ‘how to’ and to get ideas for your vegetable garden success. UF-IFAS Extension Training Video Vegetables

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Combine vegetables and annuals or perennials in large pots for the patio

Here is the link to the Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide that you will want to print and carry to the garden center when shopping for seeds, plants and soil conditioners, fertilizers and amendments as it has most info in an easy to carry format…other than on your smart phone.

Solutions For Your Life is Florida’s resource for gardening and much more. Check it out.

 

Try something different this year with Pot-in-Pot gardening. DSCN0611

Veggies work great in this system and you can replace them with flowers

as you harvest them.

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Incorporate a drip system for water saving and efficiency.