Starting A Vegetable Garden
Most vegetables need lots of sun. Choose a location that gets at least six hours of sun a day.
Some crops thrive in dappled shade, but others won’t. Plant tall vegetables like corn on a trellis and staked tomatoes together so they won’t shade shorter plants.
While most of us are just excited to get some rain and see cooler weather, there is a tried-and-true group of folks that also think about planting vegetables in a fall garden. Yes, fall gardening is one of the best times of the year.
The fall vegetable garden is just as much a possibility as a spring one, just different. Establishing a fall garden is different as you may work in some heat up-front. Watering also is approached with a different mindset. Water will be crucial to establishing the growing vegetables in traditionally drier time of year than spring.