By Tahirah Blanding, Cheapism.com
Temperatures may be dropping but there's still plenty to enjoy in a fall vegetable garden. A few dollars and some extra time is all you need to plant a variety of edibles. Whereas fruit plants require particular care and take quite a while to mature (years, in the case of bushes and trees), some vegetables are best grown during the fall because of their affinity for cool weather and quick turnaround time.
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All of the fall favorites are cheap to purchase and easy to grow. The maximum harvest time for fall vegetables is up to three months, but some seeds, such as radish, are ready in no time (that would be about 30 days). Plant, bulb, and seed packets cost as little as $1 and yield copious crops. Herbs are also popular and tasty additions to a fall garden; garlic and basil, for example, thrive during cooler months.
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