The magic of falling is in the garden

STILLWATER – When summer starts to hide, don’t close that garden shed yet. Spring gardening season in your backyard awaits.

Oklahoma’s mild climate is ideal for spring gardening, and Oklahoma State University Extension offers educational opportunities for experienced and novice gardeners to extend the growing season.

“They thought they were having a good time in the fall, and they raised their crops in the winter,” says Julia Lawlin, a gardener in Oklahoma County. In the fall, there is beautiful sunlight and a safer climate.

This second wave will provide healthy vegetables with healthy food choices, save on grocery budgets and support a sustainable lifestyle.

“It’s my favorite time in the garden, and if you plant something in the spring, it’s a good time to start over again,” said Courtney Decalb-Myers, Cleveland County Extension Teacher.

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