The work from the summer
We have enjoyed the fresh vegetables
that have brought our dinner tables to life.
We have canned, frozen, and stored the bounty
to get us through the cold days of winter.
There are many
Remove the mulch from your spring beds
and prepare the soil.
replace lost nutrients.
You are ready to add your seeds
for a fall veggie garden.
for your table, the fall crops are extremely low
in calories and very filling.
This is a great way to fight the holiday
vegetables that thrive in winter.
but they are full of nutrition and can be added
to recipes for a delightfully
different taste. For a jump start, soak the seeds overnight.
that you should include it in your diet as often as possible.
Eat it raw with dip,
steamed or mixed with stir-fry dishes.
Vitamin A & C as well as manganese.
The antioxidants found in carrots make them a favouite.
You can process these veggies in your juicer
for a sweet and fast pick me up.
fresh and it gives you potassium, biotin, vitamin B1, copper, iron
and vitamin C.
It is also a good source of vitamin B2, omega-3 fatty acids,
vitamin B6, phosphorous, cromium, magnesium,
calcium and pantothenic acid.
- Green beans and pole beans
a fast and abundant crop.
You will have the holiday green bean casserole
that will never be forgotten. Yum!
You only have a little while to get these plants in (before the first frost).
But, consider growing these in a hanging garden.
You can plant them in hanging coffee containers
hung by a rope on your fence.
That allows you to take them indoors on cold nights
and adds some growing time and a lot of flavors.
If you start now, you can reap a wonderful harvest that
will carry you through winter months with even
more flavor and nutrition
you can imagine. So grab your seeds and get moving,
before those frosty nights sneak up on you!
ou will be so glad you did.