With a few exceptions like hot weather plants that need more days of sun, this country has adapted all sorts of fruits and veggies into its menu. Just about everything has been bred to do well here, or at least stand a snowball's chance. A few of them might take a little extra nudging along to survive the season, but raised beds, good topsoil and fertilizer perform wonders.
Blackberries grow like weeds here. Raspberries, Salmon berries, blueberries and a few others are abundant. Cold crops do well as long as you keep the slugs away.
Most dreamers start looking through their seed catalogues in January, but any normal person can go to the local nursery or garden store and begin their selectiion when the seeds and seedlings hit the shelves. The one important rule is to grow enough zuchinni for the entire neighborhood and they will do the same for you. The smell of hot zuchinni bread in the air is mark of a good season.
We'll cover wild fish and game another time. The main caution is that they don't grow well in the garden, though
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