Planting Fall Edible Garden

Fall is coming very soon and now is a good time to plan planting Fall edible garden.  It is a good time to get weeds under control, mulch pathways and add fertile organic matter to existing beds.  If one wants to expand their garden with the addition or new beds/planting areas now is a good time to do so.  It is also a good time to install irrigation for ones garden if one doesn’t have the time to water regularly, sometimes 1-2 times a day for recent plantings.

Starting your own seeds?  Here is a link to an article I wrote with helpful tips on that from the 2015 issue of edible south florida:

More on timing in the edible garden in the following link, an article I wrote from the 2015 Winter issue of edible south florida:

If anyone would like additional hands-on professional help planning or planting fall edible garden feel free to contact us!  At our garden center we have vegetable and herb seedlings, fruit trees, and soil mix/amendments for sale.  We also have a demonstration garden to show visitors how to grow vegetables and other edible plants in south Florida.


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