Posted on September 26, 2012
Both the Pacific Coast and the South BC Mountain regions received more than 30% less moisture than normal. And when it did rain in those regions, in some cases higher than average amounts, it came all at one time which is hardly the type of precipitation beneficial to growing crops. As the climate changes so should your plans in the garden.
by Len Fraser
Once winter is upon us it can be difficult to make good, conscious plans to change our gardens for next year's growing season. Even if we winter garden, we must plan carefully now, not just where to plant our crops, but also which varieties will do best in increasing summer heat and longer growing seasons.