Give Root Crops A Try
September is a fantastic month to begin planting your root crops. Usually the weather has started getting cooler around the third week of the month, but there is plenty to do during the first and second week to get prepared for planting.
Beets, radishes, carrots, turnips, and onions are considered root crops and they are available in a variety of beautiful colors. They are also packed with vitamins and proteins. Root crops, such as beets and turnips are not as appealing to some people, but give them a chance. They add color and zang to many different dishes. Scroll Down to see our roasted beet and carrot recipe if you need a reason to add them to your garden.