Thursday, July 25
5 p.m - 7 p.m.

University of Kentucky Demonstration and Trial Garden
3600 Coleman Road, Paducah, KY

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Time to Start the Fall Garden

According to the University of Kentucky publication, Home Vegetable Gardening in Kentucky, now is the time to start vegetables for a late fall harvest. Beets, lettuce, green beans, snow peas, cabbage and spinach are a few of the vegetables started in July/ August that will be ready for the table in September/October. You can get a free copy of Home Vegetable Gardening in Kentucky tomorrow at Twilight in the Garden. Master Gardener and chairman of the vegetable garden team, Norman Wallace, will be at the garden to discuss various aspects of fall gardening and address questions.

Master Gardener, George Rob, will discuss ways to extend the growing season.

Master Food Volunteers will prepare and serve a tasty sample menu of

  • Chicken Noodle Soup with Swiss Chard and White Beans
  • Cabbage Noodle Casserole
  • Spinach Slaw
  • Green Bean/Potato Casserole
  • Lemon, Walnut & Green Bean Casserole
  • Cucumber Corn Casserole
  • Cucumber Water
The menu is primarily from produce and herbs grown at the Demonstration & Trial Garden by Master Gardeners. The cooks for the sampling are Master Food Volunteers. Recipe cards will be available

Vegetable Garden at the University of Kentucky Demonstration and Trial Garden





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