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“ BUSHWICK — As fall officially starts this week, urban gardeners hungry for an Autumn harvest are in luck — there’s still plenty of time to plant a crop of cool-weather veggies and other edibles.
From hot peppers to Swiss Chard, to purple basil, many herbs and vegetables do particularly well in cool weather and, if planted now, will give you produce all the way through November, and possibly through the winter, according to plant experts across the city.
“The season’s not over. A lot of people think come September, leaves start changing, gardening is over,” said Rebecca Bullene, 32, a garden designer … Full Story