In the fall, the weather is getting cooler and cooler. This season is perfect to grow your favorite vegetable. And in the post today, we want to share 21 different types of vegetables that you should grow at this time. The simple reason, there are a lot of vegetables also can grow in the fall. However, for the best taste and rich nutrients, you should grow them in a suitable season. Besides, they depend on the weather conditions to grow well. Learn about them with us.
These veggies are popular that can be turned many delicious dishes on daily meals. Why you don’t grow them in the garden by yourself instead of buying them outside. Growing them means you will sure about their quality, so tasty and organic! And there is nothing better than enjoying achievement that made by yourself, right? Here we go!
Plant Lettuce 4-8 weeks before the first frost. It grows best within a temperature range from 45 to approx. 75 degrees. Full sun to partial shade.
Begin planting Kale 6-8 weeks before the first frost. You can continue planting them throughout the fall in garden zones 8-10. Full sun to partial shade.
Plant Collards 6-8 weeks before the first frost. In zones 8-10, you can grow them through the entire winter. Full sun to partial shade, though you should give them 4 hours of sun for the best flavor.
#4 Mustard Greens
Plant Mustard Greens 3-6 weeks before the first frost. Consider planting seeds every 2-3 weeks for a continual harvest. Full sun to partial shade.
Parsley takes about 70-90 days to grow before you can begin harvesting. Full sun to partial shade.
Arugula is ready to harvest 30-40 days after planting. Consider planting Arugula every 2 weeks for a continual harvest. Full sun to partial shade.
Plant Spinach 4-8 weeks before your first hard frost. Full sun to partial shade.
#8 Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard should be started 10 weeks before your first frost date. It’s best to start them indoors and set the seedlings out when they are 4 weeks old. Full sun to partial shade.
Broccoli should be started indoors 85-100 days before your first frost date. Transplant to your garden when your plants are 3 weeks old. They prefer full sun.
#10 Brussels Sprouts
It should be planted 85-100 days before your first frost. You can either directly sow the seeds into the garden (cooler climates) or start them indoors and transplant (warmer climates). They need full sun.