Fall: what can you still do in your vegetable garden?
We'll plant some garlic too - it's a great vegetable for this month.
Yup, summer's over.
Here in Groningen, it's been raining buckets lately and the next 2 weeks it won't get much better. Real autumn.
Oh well, that has its charms:
But you can tell it's fall now. Leaves are turning brown and falling off, and some plants will die soon. That's just nature at work.
I've already started tidying up a bit:
Which vegetables do well in cold weather?
What can you still sow?
But the weather doesn't know that. It does what it wants. It could stay warm enough for some of the September plants.
So, I still sow a few things. And I cheat a little, by using a crop cover:
That was it for today
Even on cloudy days, we still get some sun:
In the next email - around the end of October - I'll show you how to prepare your Planty Garden for winter.
See you then!