The weather is getting cooler, but that doesn’t mean you can let your green thumb hibernate just yet. According to the Utah State University extension office in Provo, certain vegetables thrive in Utah’s cool fall climate.
Here’s what the USU extension experts recommend planting this fall:
1. Cold-weather greens including lettuce, spinach and kale
5. Soil-improvement (cover crops like winter grains and alfalfa)
Need more help with your garden? Visit the USU Extension services at extension.usu.edu/utah.