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With a little planning, you can harvest fresh vegetables from your own backyard most of the year. Vegetables can be grown outside in southeast North Carolina from late winter through late fall. If you are willing to invest in a low-cost cold frame or unheated tunnel house, harvesting through the winter is easily possible. The key to growing a productive vegetable garden in all seasons is knowing what to plant when.
The gardener’s calendar
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