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late-summer harvest, so collect the bounty while you can. You might still have potatoes to harvest if you planted a second batch in summer. Mine have bloomed and are just starting to turn brown. By the end of this month, they will be ready to pull from the ground before a true frost hits.
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Southwest Gardener's August Checklist
Harvest and dry herbs. Preserve the tastes of summer by harvesting herbs such as basil, chives, rosemary, sage and thyme and drying them. Pick the herbs, tie them together with twine and hang them upside down in a dark, dry space. Within a week or two, they will be completely dry. Crumble up the leaves
often harvest seeds to plant immediately.
Mid-Atlantic. "While hunting for new growth, don't forget to look for seeds," advises Amy Renea. "Many plants still have seedpods hanging on for dear life, and you can often harvest seeds to plant immediately."Get her Mid-Atlantic March checklist
Harvest rhubarb. We have a serious overabundance of rhubarb — or so my family tells me. Since rabbits and deer leave it alone, I include several clumps of it in the garden border for its ornamental value alone.For the most part I harvest and freeze the stems from the end of this month through midsummer
J. Peterson Garden Design
ready for harvest all at once. I like to plant a few transplants every two weeks or so to keep my harvest going throughout the cooler months.
The Plant Man Nursery
Agave parryi and Euphorbia cv. Sticks on Fire
start harvesting citrus, including grapefruit. Appearances are sometimes deceiving, so taste test a few fruits from different parts of each tree. Living Christmas tree choices include Afghan pine (Pinus eldarica), aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis) and Italian stone pine (Pinus pinea). This is an ideal month
ready to harvest, but it's a great idea to taste the fruit before spending much time picking it. Some citrus, such as grapefruit, is often not ripe until next month. Living Christmas tree choices are similar to those in the low zone, plus Arizona cypress (Cupressus arizonica and Carya glabra). Hardier plants
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10. Harvest. I have to admit, I was puzzled when I first read about the trend called, "harvest." Designing around agriculture? As I read further, though, I realized that the trend is really about family, togetherness, and comfort - the characteristics we often associate with the time of year around