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Post  AtlantaMarie on 11/2/2017, 8:14 am

I'm not ready for this, lol. Woke up the other day to 32 degrees. I know some of you have snow...

According to Gardenate.com, about the only things to plant are asparagus crowns & onion seeds. Your winter garden should be in the ground by now.

Learn from my mistakes. Get your garden cleaned up & ready for composting. Maybe sow some green manure.

I DID pick up some lettuce that I'm going to try indoors over the winter. Both are mini's - a romaine & a butterhead. I'll let you know how they do!

In the meantime, I'm going to try & follow my own advice & get things cleaned up & ready for next year! :-)

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Post  trolleydriver on 11/2/2017, 8:32 am

Not to worry Marie.  Up here in the great white North I still have not cleaned up all of my SFG beds. I'm still harvesting kale, chard, carrots, lettuce, mizuna and a few peas. Overnight temps are around freezing and down to 25F by next Tuesday. At least I got my garlic planted but we have nothing but rain, rain, rain ever since. So hopefully the cloves will not rot before they start to grow. Also hoping for some good weather so that I can do the cleanup.
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Post  yolos on 11/2/2017, 1:07 pm

Last year I planted my garlic on 11/7 so you still  have time to plant garlic.  Also I think Fava Beans can still be planted now.  I planted mine last year on 11/9.  Of course I am a bit south of you but I still think it is okay.
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Post  AtlantaMarie on 11/4/2019, 6:49 am

Well, I can't see that climate change has affected us much from last year. Some of you in the NW area of the country have snow already this year too. And it's turned cold here in the Mid-South.

My garden's a wreck, so that hasn't changed either, sigh...! (Insert laughter here.)

What's happening in your garden?? Please show me pics of your neatness & prep for next year!
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Post  yolos on 11/4/2019, 2:22 pm

I still have a few tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and one bed of Rattlesnake Beans.  The tomatoes and cucs are not producing much.  The peppers and Rattlesnake beans are doing fairly well with this cool weather.  We have not had a frost yet put it got real close to that this past week.  Average first frost date is around Oct 28.

So, I planted garlic, kale, broccoli, brussel sprouts, peas, cover crops (winter peas, peas and oats) and getting ready to plant mustard in the three beds that were infected with Southern Blight.  

I usually plant Fava Beans at this time but I may not get around to it this year because I am still working on adding drip irrigation to the garden and keep getting distracted with that project.
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