Inevitable change of seasons
I cannot believe that last night we hit only 5 degrees in southern Ontario. As much as I am excited to start new season in the garden, it is always so sad to see things die. I guess mother nature wants us to say goodbye to her awesome tomatoes and other sun-loving veggies. As I am not really good at saying goodbyes, especially since I have been diligently caring for so many plants this season, I am still hoping this fall turns out to be warm and sunny enough to extend the delicious crop before a thick blanket of snow covers the garden.
The good thing is, cooler temperatures mean less intensive growth, ergo, less work in the garden. However, there was still something to be done in preparation for the winter months.
So here are the crops that are thriving in colder embrace of the fall which I started this month.