How and When to Plant Cool Weather Vegetables so You Can Eat From the Garden All Year Long!
What would you say if I told you that you could…
- Extend Your Gardening Season
- Save Money at the Grocery Store and
- Harvest Fresh Greens All Winter
… just by planting a fall garden?
I know, it sounds too good to be true, but it isn’t! Extending the growing season can make a huge difference in your family’s budget and the quality of your meals. There is nothing quite like harvesting greens in the middle of winter to make a salad from your garden!
The trick is knowing when and how to plant your fall garden and what crops and varieties to plant. But don’t worry – I’ve got you covered!
In Homestead Honey’s Guide to Fall Gardening, I’ll teach you everything you need to know to plan and plant your own fall and winter garden.
- How to select cold-hardy crops that will tolerate frosts
- Step-by-step instructions to calculate the best time to plant your fall garden
- How to use season extenders to protect your crops from hard freezes
- Plus I’ve included worksheets to help you plan every detail of your fall garden
Homestead Honey’s Guide to Fall Gardening is a full-color eBook, available for instant download as a PDF to read on your phone, tablet, or computer, for only $6.95.
Plus, you can print the worksheets and make copies for future gardening seasons. Take a peek:
Ready to hear more about what’s inside Homestead Honey’s Guide to Fall Gardening?
Chapter One will give you an overview of the gardening year, a bird’s eye view if you will, so you can see how a fall garden fits into the bigger gardening picture.
Chapter Two is all about planning your fall garden. You’ll learn how to pick the right vegetable varieties, and I’ll share with you my secret for greatest gardening success.
Chapter Three is a deep dive into calculating the best times to plant your fall garden, so you can harvest food before (and after) the first frost.
In Chapter Four, I’ll guide you through the process of creating a crop rotation for your year-round garden.
And in Chapter Five, we’ll talk about season extenders and how these will make a huge difference in your ability to harvest food all winter long.
My wish is for you to experience garden-fresh nutrient-rich food, smaller grocery bills, and the peace of mind of knowing exactly what is going in your family’s belly.