Off-season planting produces delicious results

09/14/2007 | SeattlePI.com

Off-season gardens allow chefs to eat fresh produce even during the winter months, but it's all about choosing the right plants. Carrots, kale and beets are good for July planting and winter harvesting, while broccoli and sugar snap peas can be grown indoors beginning in August and transplanted outside mid-month.

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