Gardens don’t have to end when the frost arrives! SESE Seed Inventory Manager Ken Bezilla shares how to expand your garden’s production time and buy less winter produce at the grocery store. September is the prime month for planting fall and winter greens, and there’s still time to get root crops into the ground.
Back by popular demand, this top-selling workshop covers critical ways to keep veggies alive and thriving through zero-degree nights and will have you enjoying good late harvests through April. Emphasis is on low-tech production — floating row cover, mulch, a good thermometer and a caring, watchful eye on the weather are all you need to succeed!
Southern Exposure Seed Exchange
Ken Bezilla has farmed for 20 years in Oregon, Missouri and Virginia. He is the seed inventory manager for Southern Exposure Seed Exchange (SESE). When he escapes the office, he helps grow seed crops and variety trials for SESE, plus (of course) huge fall and winter gardens.