Fall and winter vegetable gardening in the Pacific Northwest Public Deposited

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Published June 2001. Please check for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • With a little extra planning and care, you can enjoy fresh vegetables from your garden most of the year. Many cool-season crops produce well in the fall and, in mild-winter areas of the Pacific Northwest, hold through the winter if protected. You can plant these vegetables in mid- to late summer after you harvest spring crops and as space is available. To be successful, you need to plan ahead, choose varieties wisely, and give proper care to your plants. Keep in mind that fall and winter weather can vary greatly from year to year. A crop that fails one year due to an unusually early freeze or an abnormally cold winter might thrive in a milder year. Be willing to experiment, and don’t give up if your results some years are less than ideal.
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