hello from across the sound over near the hood canal/bremerton area. stuff to grow late in summer say august will be leafy greens such as spinach,lettuce,collard greens (they will winter over as they are more of a perennial)Swiss chard. other things that can be planted late for next year are onions and garlic they will come up in spring and multiply. This area over where I live is one of Washington's best kept secretes for picking wild blue huckleberries in august. the tomatillos are best in salsa
hello bill and annie,welcome to the forum.i am just getting ready to plant my garden,our last frost date is the 18.this is my second year i always get a little nervous and anxious however it is so exciting..last year i got alot of growth but not alot of harvest.i hope this year is better..i planted potatoes,corn,beets,peas,string beans,summer savory,carotts,tomatoes,and a few other things i can't think of right now..i am getting ready to add some compost and when my garden was finished last year i added food compost till the ground froze...so i hope this will help my garden this summer...happy gardening.
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