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Fall Gardening 2013

Published on 09/05/2013 Whether you're planting winter vegetables or amending your garden plot, you don't have to stop gardening just because the seasons change. Follow the tips in this collection of fall gardening articles written especially for Georgia gardeners with recommendations from University of Georgia Extension specialists and UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences experts.

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Pecan Storage

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Pecan Storage Published on 07/11/2012

Veggie Sunshine

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Veggie Sunshine Published on 01/25/2010

Microgreens

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Microgreens Published on 01/15/2010
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Garden Gifts

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Garden Gifts Published on 11/20/2009

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Cover crop Cover crop Published on 09/05/2013
Tree planting Tree planting Published on 09/05/2013
Pink Lady apples Pink Lady apples Published on 09/05/2013
Pea seedlings Pea seedlings Published on 04/26/2012
Heirloom Seeds 2 Heirloom Seeds 2 Published on 04/26/2012
Heirloom Seeds Heirloom Seeds Published on 04/26/2012
Garden soil Garden soil Published on 02/29/2012
Asparagus Asparagus Published on 01/21/2012
Radish Radish Published on 02/25/2011
Pansies 5 Pansies 5 Published on 08/20/2010
Pansies 4 Pansies 4 Published on 08/20/2010
Pansies 1 Pansies 1 Published on 08/19/2010
Collard greens Collard greens Published on 08/19/2010
Cover crop

Crimson clover and rye grow together to form a cover crop in a research plot on the University of Georgia Mountain Research and Education Center in Blairsville, Ga.

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Tree planting

Fall is the perfect time to install new trees or shrubs or to move existing ones to new locations. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension experts recommend digging the planting hole two to three times the diameter of the soil ball.

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Pink Lady apples

Pink Lady apples hang from a tree at the University of Georgia - Mountain Research and Education Center in Blairsville, Ga.

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Pea seedlings

Pea seedlings emerge from the soil

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Heirloom Seeds 2

Photos of seeds available at a recent seed swap at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia.

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Heirloom Seeds

Seeds available at a recent seed swap at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia

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Garden soil

Garden soil

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Asparagus

Fresh asparagus

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Radish

Radishes are one of the easier vegetables to grow for beginning gardeners.

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Pansies 5

Jenny Hardgrave of Simply Flowers Inc. and her crew add pansy color to a flower bed at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Ga.

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Pansies 4

Jenny Hardgrave of Simply Flowers Inc. plans her pansy bed at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Ga.

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Pansies 1

Pansies come in a wide variety of colors - and shades, like this tricolor variety that has two colors along with its face color.

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Collard greens

Collard greens grow in a garden in Butts Co., Ga.

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Formerly referred to as FACES, our media newswire continues to feature stories from the CAES news team relating to family, agricultural, consumer and environmental sciences, as well as UGA Extension news.

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