The Easiest Foods To Grow At Home — That You Can Still Start This Season
These low-maintenance crops are perfect for your autumn harvest.
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Dreaming of an abundant edible garden but missed the early spring growing window? Even though the last frost hit most of the U.S. weeks ago, it's not too late to get plants in the ground (or windowsill) for a late summer or fall harvest. Here are a few low-maintenance crops that you might still be able to sneak in depending on your hardiness zone—and some top tips on how to nurture them to tasty perfection.
Low-maintenance crops to add to your garden this year:
Top tips for the beginner veggie gardener.
Before you get your seeds in the ground, here is Thomas and Vallin Kostovick's advice for the starter gardener:
It's not too late in the year for the starter gardener to put some veggies, herbs, and legumes in the ground. With a little planning and the right mindset, you could be enjoying a homegrown snap pea, radish, and bush bean salad come autumn.
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