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Re: Late fall planting

I have been planting beans this week.  If we have a late frost I will
have a crop - if the frost comes early, well the beans wouldn't have
done me much good in the packets, anyway.  I plant lettuce and 
Bok Choi and red mustard this time of the year - they will do well
until the ground freezes.  The leeks I planted in the spring will be
good in the fall, but you couldn't plant them now. Not much else
withstands frost around here - zone  5.

In a message dated 08/22/2005 9:47:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

> I am wondering what else it is fairly safe to plant here and still get
> harvested before any major freeze.

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