March 2016

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Central Texas vegetable gardens can be quite challenging as well as rewarding. The Central Texas hill country has mild winters and hot, humid summers. Planting vegetables at the proper time is important. There's a small window of time in spring between the blazing heat of summer and freezing temps of winter. If you wait too long to get your spring garden planted your yields may be low and struggling in the heat. Planting too early and a late frost could ruin all your hard work.

To get a head start on lets say, tomatoes, and keep your plants safe from the unpredictable final frost one could consider planting in pots or milk jugs. In Central Texas you can plant tomatoes several weeks ahead of spring by potting them and keeping them in a bright window

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