It's Not Too Late to Grow These 11 Tasty Plants
Didn't plant those tomatoes? Say hello to your fall friends: radishes, broccoli, greens and more!
It may be mid-July, but that doesn't mean you've missed out on all the gardening fun. These tasty veggies and herbs are just the thing for a late-summer garden that will keep on giving come autumn. Get our best tips for these late-summer specialties, below.
At Woodland Gardens Organic Farm in Georgia, carrots are harvested in early spring. Growing tip from Farm Manager, Celia Barss: "Loose soil is best. If you have heavy soil, use plenty of mature compost. be sure to thin to one inch."
Photo Courtesy of Woodland Gardens Organic Farm