Now's the time the second gardening season begins. The days are cooler and the soil is warm, perfect conditions to plant a second crop of cool weather vegetables. Most cool weather crops don't need a full day of sunlight in order to grow. The spot in your garden that didn't have enough light to grow tomatoes, will do just fine for spinach, lettuce or arugula. Make the most of your space by planting some Packman broccoli or Bloomsdale spinach along the edge of your perennial garden. Potted petunias and other flowering annuals starting to look tired? Plant some colorful Bright Lights Swiss Chard or Red Winter Kale seed or starts of Early Snowball cauliflower, in their place. Don't have room in the garden? Cool weather crops are shallow-rooted so it's easy to plant seeds or starts in a container on the patio. It's fresh and you know exactly what's in it.