by donR Sept 5. 2015
The weather in the Pacific Northwest is dipping, fruit and vegetables will soon be harvested yet the leafy green crops will hang on until the first hard frost. Fortunately, you an enjoy green salads for a couple more months if you start more growing in your garden. Below are 5 tips for growing greens in the Fall. It is well worth the effort because you will have "free" salad makin's until winter sets in.. Read more about growing salad greens in the Fall and preparing them the EZ way.
For Northwest Gardeners:You can plant lettuce as late as September first if you follow some guidelines. As long as the temperatures stay in the 35 to 55 degree range they will do fine…
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