With the temperatures cooling down, we show you how to extend the season with our kick-off to fall entertaining and gardening.
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This is a great time to be working outside—harvesting your own fresh veggies and fruit. Gardeners in warmer climates can sow kale and harvest in two months; kale can stand temperatures down to 24 degrees Farenheit or so, and even tastes better after the first frost. Bareroot fruit trees are generally not available until spring, but container-grown trees can go in the ground in fall in many parts of the country.
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