Winter may be a time for plants to take a rest, but not so for gardeners. There are plenty of winter chores to do beginning in the fall. And if you live in the South Central region in winter, there may be even more you can do. Click here for more information.
Gardening in the south can be a challenge where the summers are exceptionally warm, such as South Central U.S. Add to that humidity or excessive dryness and plants may suffer. However, many plants can withstand heat, humidity and drought. Learn more here.
Fall planting in southern states can yield crops well past the frost date. Many cool-season vegetables are frost hardy, and harvests can be extended with the use of cold frames and row covers. Learn more about planting fall crops for South Central U.S. regions in this article.
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