November 14th, 2007 at 5:17 pm
Posted By: gardenguru
Posted in: Growing Vegetables

The garden keeps going in the fall, some plants the same, others best for this time of year. The frost improves the taste of kale, mustard and turnip greens. Turnips will also last to the end of fall, protected by the soil. Beets can be kept until after a frost or two. Green onions left from the year before are ready to harvest at this time.

beets and second year onions


mustard greens

turnip greens

the last of the green peppers

Fourth of July and Red Lightning tomatoes waiting to ripen before frost.


If frost is predicted the tomatoes can be covered, but sooner or later some will be picked green. Many times there will still be tomatoes for Thanksgiving that have been picked green and ripened inside.