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Fall gardening for the Thanksgiving tableWith Labor Day behind us (hello, unofficial start of autumn!) and the harvest moon coming Friday (its bright orb also signals the end of summer: historically, farmers relied on the seasonal shiner to stretch their days while picking warm-weather crops), you’d think it’s the perfect time to fill the free space in your garden with fall fruits and vegetables. You would be wrong.“Unfortunately, we need to think of fall when we don’t want to garden, which is July and August,” says Piper Klee, owner of the Urban Dirt Gardening Company, who creates culinary gardens for restaurant chefs in the Dallas area. If you hung up your sun hat and stashed away your gardening boots during those hot, hot months, though, Klee would understand. “This is…

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