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While vegetable gardeners are inundated with zucchinis and other summer produce it can be hard to imagine the winter garden. But July is the time to plant seeds for fall and winter crops of cabbage, Asian greens, collard greens, spinach and lettuce. Transplants should go in the ground in mid August. Perennial and biennial flowers can also be started from seed right now. For an excellent list of what plants to sow throughout the year check out The Maritime Northwest Garden Guide produced by Seattle Tilth. It is available for $12.50, including tax and shipping. Call 633-0451 or go online to order a copy.
|Keywords||Lactuca, Brassica oleracea (Acephala group), Brassica oleracea (Capitata group), Vegetable seedlings, Reference books, Spinacia oleracea, Winter gardening, Vegetable gardening|
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July 22 2016 16:00:06