Edibles to Plant in Autumn

R. L. Rhodes
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Planting lettuce in a raised bed.

Prime time for vegetable gardening may be spring and early summer, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore you garden when the temperature starts to drop. A well-tended autumn garden can produce a bounty of edibles for feeding your family or entertaining friends during those chilly fall and winter months.

For tips on the best edibles to grow in autumn, select the region closest to where you live:

Keep tabs on the Home Depot Garden Club over the course of this autumn, when we’ll be exploring tools and techniques that help you stretch your garden through the cooler months.

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