Time to plant your fall garden!

“Already,” you may ask, “isn’t it too early?” Nope. September 1-30 is when you want to plant your fall garden.
snowpeasLettuce, arugula, cilantro, broccoli, swiss chard, turnips, cabbage, peas, kale… and so much more! That is what you should be planting now in your garden for a delicious harvest in October, November, December, and even into March (for some veggies). Wylde Center has:

  • at least 10 varieties of lettuce
  • Vates and Georgia Southern Collards
  • Siberian Dwarf, Russian Red, White Russian Kale
  • 5 varieties of Asian Greens
  • Basil
  • Mesclun mix
  • Oregon Giant Snow Pea
    Come and get them!
    Not sure how to grow a fall vegetable garden? Be sure to take Stephanie Van Parys’ free class on September 8 at the Decatur Library from 7-9 p.m. She will give the share basics on growing a successful garden and an extensive list of what you can grow at this time of year. More info http://www.wyldecenter.org

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