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By Marie HoferMore in Outdoors
DK - Vegetable Gardening © 2007 Dorling Kindersley Limited
Vegetables are divided into two categories: warm-season and cool-season crops. Gardeners in cooler climates with short summers may find better luck growing warm-season vegetables (such as tomatoes, peppers and squash) in a greenhouse to extend the growing season. While nearly all vegetables prefer full sun (6 or more hours daily), some cool-season crops, such as lettuce and radishes, can get by with 4 to 5.
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