To say the least, our recent snowstorm was completely unexpected. Unfortunately, the snow and the cold completely destroyed my garden. Unlike years past, this time I decided to plant a fall garden. In today’s episode, I discuss how I cleaned up my garden, what I planted for the fall, why I’m planting cover crops now, and what I’m doing with our brand new greenhouse.
Overall, this is an entirely new experiment for me, so it’s going to be interesting to see if I have any success come winter. Are you planting a fall garden this year? If so, make sure you let me know what you’re planting!
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Garden cover crops: https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2019/10/garden-cover-crops.html
How to plant garlic: https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2015/09/how-to-plant-garlic.html
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More Greenhouse Tips & Resources:
- Cold Frames, Greenhouses, High Tunnels…Which Do You Choose? (podcast episode)
- How to Use a Greenhouse for Increased Food Security (podcast episode)
- Our MASTERPLAN to make the Most Efficient Greenhouse EVER (youtube video)
- Ways to Cool Your Greenhouse in the Summer (blog article)
- Ways to Heat Your Greenhouse in the Winter (blog article)