Fall brings pumpkin spice lattes and kids going back to school, and it also means the start of your fall garden. Many people neglect their garden during the start of fall because of their busy schedules. However, there are several vegetables that are easy to grow and are hardy enough to outlast the frost. Here are 5 of those low-maintenance veggies that you should plant this fall, including radishes, lettuce, beets, carrots and squash (or, if those aren’t your bag, you can find additional options here).

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To find out when you should plant these vegetables in your area, check this planting chart created by Almanac.

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