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It's that time of year -- vegetables are being harvested in local gardens and it serves as an inspiration to many. Thinking about the joy of growing dinner in your own garden? Think it's too late? Have a fear of failure? Don't worry, your November veggie garden guide is here.
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Already have a garden or space for a garden, and want to plant now? Perfect.
"Now's the time for varieties of broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Swiss chard, Brussel sprouts, spinach, fennel, lettuces and root crops such as carrots, beets, parsnips, turnips, and a variety of radishes," says Rebecca Kidwell co-owner of FarmYard a company that amongst other things, installs organic gardens. Jay Harper, co-owner of Harper's Nurseries notes "we're smack dab in the middle" of winter gardening and planting season-- it's not to late to get growing.More »