Added by on 2018-02-13

Planting a fall vegetable garden is a great way to get more crops from the space you have right through autumn into early winter but timing is key to its success. In this video, we demonstrate how you can select plants for your fall garden by choosing vegetables which like to be planted at this time of year, as well as how you can use the Garden Planner to work out the best position to help each plant grow to its full potential. The Garden Planner is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: http://www.GrowVeg.com http://gardenplanner.motherearthnews.com http://gardenplanner.almanac.com and many more… Related PostsHow to Plan a Bigger, Better Garden – Easy Vegetable Garden PlanningMittleider Garden Update: Albert & Irene’s Fall GardenGrowing Fall & Winter 2018 Vegetable Garden Part 2 of 3What to Plant in your Fall Vegetable Garden & Planting Seeds from the Garden!Why Grow a Fall Organic Vegetable Garden?Starting a Fall Vegetable Garden

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19 Comments

  • Dragon Fruit Garden Grower 9 months ago

    thanks for the great ideas information' it helps me a lot, i love it

  • Chris Duval 9 months ago

    Microphone too close, mouth noises are excessive

  • Noah Brady 9 months ago

    can I plant in late summer/early fall?

  • Eric Baland 9 months ago

    Some of the best cold weather crops are brassicas – and don't forget broad beans.

  • S Stafford 9 months ago

    will this work on a covered patio facing west? also would I need to start the seedlings inside with grow light and then any grow lights required on the porch? Location Dallas Tx. Thanks

  • Nancy Nisbet 9 months ago

    Do I have to cover the kale, beetroot, etc for the winter with fleece?. Thank you very much.

  • Ken Merrick 9 months ago

    Hi, newbie here 🙂 As a "transplant" to S France myself, I'm having some confusion about what to do when (starting from seed, planting and especially taking cuttings etc ) when there is no frost date. Any help much appreciated….apparantly, we are similar to zone 9b in the US.

  • Jennifer Smallwood 9 months ago

    I don't see drip tape as a part in your irrigation inventory.

  • Crystal Downs 9 months ago

    I HATE his accent…clicking off now. 🙁

  • Stan The Man! 9 months ago

    Altho Peas them selves as in the plant is frost resistant and can grow after many frosts the Peas and flowers are Not frost tolerant… so you will be wasting your time growing them as a fall crop anywhere that has frost… but they make a great early spring crop as soon as soil can be worked! just hoping not to many people waste there time trying to grow fall peas in frost affected areas

  • Laquita Byrd 9 months ago

    Hi I live in memphis and the weather is hot and I wanna know is it too late to start a garden of kale cabbage peas tomatoes green onion and cucumbers

  • Deborah J 9 months ago

    Thank you !!!

  • Garden Sheds Kent 9 months ago

    This informational video is extremely great! This is very helpful to be wise in selecting what to type of plant to have in particularly in every season. Of course, we need succeed in what we aimed for about gardening.

  • nery colon 1 9 months ago

    That's great information. I have to my lettuce on the end of September or October since where I Live there's no freezing weather.

  • GrowVeg 9 months ago

    The Garden Planner is available from several gardening websites – just click the Show More link under the description of the video (above) and you'll see a list of links to some of the sites (sorry, YouTube won't let us post links directly into this comment). GrowVeg.com is one of the main ones.

  • Tim Trammell 9 months ago

    WHere can I get that garden planner?

  • Peter Pyrreb 9 months ago

    Very helpful. Thank you.

  • Nicole Zapata 9 months ago

    What a great resource, as usual from Mother Earth News! I'm going to share this link with our Community Garden group. Thank you!

  • greenlovingmom 9 months ago

    good tips thanks!