The weather has a definite chill in the air and it is time to plant our fall garden. In the past, our fall garden has been very sparse. This year is definitely different. On my visit to Whitley's Feed and Seed and Arnall Grocery, I realized that I wasn't limited to the usual greens and collards. So far we have planted Georgia collards, broccoli, and brussel sprout plants and sown seeds for purple top turnip greens, mixed greens, beets and sugar snap peas. Now we need some rain to get these plants going!