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Growing Vegetables in Fall: A Region-by-Region Look

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Fall offers a second lease on life for many edible gardens. Sometimes it’s even better for growing vegetables than summer. See what you can grow this autumn.

Cabbage, Swiss chard, radishes.

Midwest Gardening: Growing Food in Fall

Late summer is the time to plant your fall vegetable garden. Lettuce, greens, beets, radishes, and other fall crops continue to produce, and they’re easy to grow.

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Desert Gardening: Cool Veggies for the Cool Season

As soon as cool nights arrive, it is time to plant fall vegetables in desert gardens. Learn about some of the best choices.

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Gulf Coast Gardening: Starting Vegetables from Seed in Fall

You can easily grow radishes, carrots, spinach, and onions from seed in your Florida or Gulf Coast garden this fall.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening: Fall Vegetables Bring a Feast

Learn what to do for fall vegetable gardens—from harvesting potatoes and growing kale to curing winter squash and planting garlic.

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Mountain Gardening: Plant Now for Fall Vegetable Harvest

To enjoy fresh vegetables in fall, summer is the time to plant. Here are four tips for planting a fall vegetable garden in the Mountain region.

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Northeast Gardening: Easy Fall Veggies

Some vegetables love the cooler weather, so take advantage! Plant in mid- to late summer for a fall harvest.

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Northwest Gardening: Swiss Chard is a Fall Favorite

Swiss chard is the perfect fall vegetable for Northwest gardens. Here are three ways to get this leafy green growing now.

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Southeast Gardening: Fall Means Great Gardening

Don’t put your veggie beds to sleep in fall. Wake them up with a new round of cold crops.

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South Central Gardening: Fall Vegetables

Enjoy fresh produce through fall in Oklahoma and Texas gardens.

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Southern California Gardening: Fine Fall Vegetables

Late summer and early fall are some of the best times to plant certain vegetables. You can even mix them with flowers.

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