Learn all there is to know about fall gardening through science-based education. Check back often as more content will be added.
Spring: March 1st to May 31st
Summer: June 1st to August 31st
Fall (autumn): September 1st to November 30th
Winter: December 1st to February 28 (February 29 in a leap year)
Wilson’s Garden Center - To Do This Month (Monthly Gardening Calendar) https://gardencenterohio.com/month/
The Ohio Department of Agriculture and Ohio State University Master Gardener Volunteers are reviving the effort and once again inspiring people to get their hands dirty with fall gardening, realize the fruits of their labor and share with others if inspired.
End of Season Fall Gardening Tips, Dixie Sandborn, Michigan State University Extension - November 18, 2014
Preparing the Fall Garden to Benefit a Spring Garden September 18, 2016 at 10:25am by
10 Ways to Prepare Your Garden for Winter
OCTOBER 4, 2016 WRITTEN BY SHANNON COWAN
This last website is for those of us that just can’t let go of this years’ growing season:
UCONN | University of Connecticut – Extending the Season in the Garden
Now is the time to create that new garden spot and let mother nature do all the work! https://extension.oregonstate.edu/gardening/techniques/sheet-mulching-aka-lasagna-composting-builds-soil-saves-time
The Garden to Plate project is a video series that takes consumers from “garden to plate.” The project consists of five separate, short 2-3 minute YouTube videos showing how a vegetable can be taken from a garden with little knowledge or skill and made into healthy food that tastes good.
A bank of resources for food preservation includes: fact sheets, videos and training session recordings.
Saving seeds from your current garden is a fun and easy fall gardening task. Find out how in this article.
Gardening questions or concerns? The Licking County Master Gardeners Horticulture Helpline is available during the growing season.