There are over 30 different crops you can plant in August. I am going to focus on the 9 crops you can plant in August that are the base fall & winter crops.
Have you ever planted cantaloupe in your backyard? It's really easy to grow cantaloupe if the temperatures where you live are warm enough.
Growing Carrots for Winter Harvest is one of the best ways to enjoy this garden treat. All it takes is a little planning and some extra care in the fall!
If you live in zones 7 & 8 you can still plant in your garden in August! Planting in August means you will have a great fall and early winter harvest!
What to PLANT IN AUGUST? Whether you have acres, a small lot like mine, or pots, you can produce some of your own food. These are the best ones for August.
Today it's all about what to plant in July, yes you can still plant some seeds this month. It's not too late to harvest a fall crop.
Year-Round Gardening, Learn how to turn your backyard garden into a 365 day a year, Veggie Growing Machine!! You will love this post!
Looking for crops to plant in your garden in August? This August planting guide will go over the crops you can plant in zone 3 and 4!
Would you like to garden year-round you need to learn the vegetables that can survive freezing. These 7 Veggies will survive and thrive under 32 degrees.
There are still crops you can plant in August in zones 9 & 10. This article will focus on what to plant in August if you live in zones 9 or 10!
Curing potatoes before winter storage is an important process that will help assure longer storing times for your potato crop.
Over wintering spinach is a great way to have an extra early and very productive spring crop. If planted at the right time and given some protection.