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  1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    WE GET HARVEST IN THE GREENHOUSE TO SEVERE FROST

    Here you can transplant parsley with a lump, it can generally grow almost under the snow, and in the greenhouse it is a resort.

    You can remake strawberries. It bears fruit until the very frost, and in the greenhouse this period will last for another couple of weeks.
    Reacts well to greenhouse transplants and Swiss chard. This is the so-called beetroot. Its leaves make excellent salads, and it bears fruit until the very frost.
    Transplant mint and lemon balm together with a lump, and they will delight you with fragrant greens until December. These plants are also good because they provide crop rotation and serve as green fertilizer.
    Tall cherry tomatoes are resistant to late blight, therefore, after removing diseased leaves, they can still bear fruit until frost.

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