J. Peterson Garden Design
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Jenny Peterson
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J. Peterson Garden Design added this to Texas Gardener's October Garden Checklist
Vegetables. Cool-season vegetables are so plentiful and nutritious, so try to tuck in a few new ones this year. Broccoli, turnips, cauliflower, spinach, Chinese cabbage, cabbage, lettuce, collards and other greens can be planted now. If you are expecting a hard freeze, consider adding some row cover to protect your veggies, but otherwise these plants will take the crisper weather in stride and give you months of produce.
Texas. It's not too late for fall edibles. "Cool-season vegetables are so plentiful and nutritious, so try to tuck in a few new ones this year," writes landscape designer Jenny Peterson. "Broccoli, turnips, cauliflower, spinach, Chinese cabbage, cabbage, lettuce, collards and other greens can be planted now. If you are expecting a hard freeze, consider adding some row cover to protect your veggies, but otherwise these plants will take the crisper weather in stride and give you months of produce."Get her Texas October checklist

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Vegetables. Cool-season vegetables are so plentiful and nutritious, so try to tuck in a few new ones this year. Broccoli, turnips, cauliflower, spinach, Chinese cabbage, cabbage, lettuce, collards and other greens can be planted now. If you are expecting a hard freeze, consider adding some row cover to protect your veggies, but otherwise these plants will take the crisper weather in stride and give you months of produce.
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