Have you checked the Fall Vegetable Planting Timeline to make sure you are maximizing garden productivity? The NOAA/NWS projected fall of 2017 will have a delayed freeze risk of 1-2 weeks. That gives the potential for a longer harvest into the fall. You still have time to plant a bunch of seed.
I started some lettuce under the lights of my Seed Start Grow Station last week.
I will put these into The Urban Farm in a few weeks. I will start more seeds in about 2 weeks or so. Lettuce is frost tolerant and fairly cold hardy. With row cover we will harvest until Thanksgiving easy.
In the Children’s Educational Garden here at the fairgrounds, harvest is in full swing with the cherry tomato vertical garden providing a colorful medley. My favorites are the white and purple cherries.
I seeded bush green beans that have about a 50 day maturity from seed.
The zucchini is also up and I hope to start harvesting by end of september.
Fall is one of the best times to grow. Maximize your production by getting some seed in the ground now so you have vegetables to enjoy later on.