When most people think of gardening, it conjures images of warm weather and tomato plants. Sure, the spring and summer gardening seasons are amazing.
However, over the years, we’ve come to look forward to fall and winter gardening just as much as warm-season gardening.
Why? During the cool seasons (October – March in our Ag Zone), there are virtually no soil pathogens or pest insects to deal with. Plus, watering and maintenance is also drastically reduced. (As long as it rains once every couple of weeks, we don’t bother to water our fall/winter crops.)