Spinach and greens do quite well in the cooler late summer and early fall days.
September can be a busy month for preserving the harvest, but at least the temperatures are cooling!
Even if you don't get all the weeds out of the ground, at least keep them mowed or trimmed to prevent seed heads and the production of new seeds (and weeds!).
Old linens like sheets, towels, comforters, and pillowcases make the best frost covers.
Season extenders mean weeks and months more gardening time--and more fresh garden produce!
Saving seeds can help you build strong, well-acclimated plants, and help you become more self-sufficient, too!
If you clean as you go and as crops finish, you'll have much less work ahead of you next month.
Dividing older perennial vegetables and ornamentals will reinvigorate your plants--and give you more to grow or share
Fall-planted trees, orchards, berry bushes, and shrubs get a head start in the spring.