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Infographic: Grow Frost-Tolerant Vegetables in the Cool Season

Extend your garden-fresh eating season with these tips for cool-season gardening.

By Emily Farris

Once autumn weather drifts into your area, unexpected early frost can ruin tender crops, like tomatoes, while other plants survive—and even thrive—when the temperature drops below freezing. By selecting cold-hardy, frost-resistant plants, knowing your climate zone, and taking the right precautions, you can extend the growing season well into winter—even in not-so-temperate climates. Get ready! The infographic below will help you start your cold-season garden and keep it in production until snow hits.

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Sublimation is a solid becoming a gas without passing through the liquid stage. Frost, or water vapor becoming ice, is caused by desublimation also called deposition.
Tamlynn, Torrance, CA
Posted: 10/11/2013 11:23:06 AM
Hi Marie,
I've updated the page. Now, when you click on the infographic, a larger image will pop up in a new screen. I think you'll have more success printing from there. Let me know!
Hobby Farms Editor, Lexington, KY
Posted: 10/11/2013 6:04:00 AM
I want to print it and it does not copy.
Marie, Bakersfield, CA
Posted: 10/10/2013 6:37:49 PM
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