By Mario Leal
Everyone knows that spring is the main planting season. Once the first frost ends, the majority of vegetables are planted in your garden for harvest later on in the growing season. However, there are some vegetables that cannot tolerate frost, but manage to do well in hot summer temperatures. These vegetables can be planted mid-summer and will be ready for harvest in the fall along with many of your other crops. Consider saving some room in your garden for these vegetables.