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I want to start a vegetable garden in my yard. Any suggestions?

I live in Maryland. I was wondering what vegetables would be ideal to grow in my area? I guess, to be more specific, are there any vegetables that I can plant in August and will be ready to harvest in the fall?

I am not sure how green my thumb is but I certainly would love to at least try to grow my own vegetables. I am just unsure of what vegetables are ideal for each particular season.

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