What vegetables are you planting this fall?

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  1. The Dirt Farmer profile image93
    The Dirt Farmerposted 4 years ago

    What vegetables are you planting this fall?

    Here in MD, we planted kale, spinach, Swiss chard, radishes, beets and turnips. I was wondering what everybody else is growing.

  2. liesl5858 profile image87
    liesl5858posted 4 years ago

    I am going to plant Pak Choi, spinach, beetroot, and lettuce. I like Pak Choi very much and even during the winter they survive. I planted beans, runner beans and tomatoes and I am harvesting them at present time. I am lucky with climbing beans this year.

    1. The Dirt Farmer profile image93
      The Dirt Farmerposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Pak Choi! Yes, I've heard other gardeners talk about that as a good fall/winter veg. Wonder if I still have time to plant that here. Probably!

  3. chefsref profile image78
    chefsrefposted 4 years ago

    Hey Jill
    It's too damned hot in Florida to start anything in the ground, yesterday it hit 98 and humid. However, I have grow lights inside so I have started all my cool weather crops, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kohlrabi, rutabagas, romanesco and kale plus a lot of onions. When the weather cools I'll add carrots, parsnips lettuce and spinach. I'm hoping that by starting this early I can get in two or three crops before next summer.
    I finally found a way to keep my veggies away from critters, summer weight Remay blankets, last year critters ate all my broccoli etc.

    1. The Dirt Farmer profile image93
      The Dirt Farmerposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Lee, I used Remay last winter & plan to use it this year, too. I did have some trouble with squirrels peeling it back & had to be vigilant.

  4. Novel Treasure profile image88
    Novel Treasureposted 4 years ago

    In MO, I will be overwintering garlic, potatoes, and then also planting under cold frames: spinach, mesclun mix, various herbs, carrots, beets, scallions, and peas.

    I also have just built a small greenhouse so I want to try to see if I can get cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower to grow through the winter.

    1. The Dirt Farmer profile image93
      The Dirt Farmerposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Glad you wrote in--your list is a great reminder to overwinter some herbs, like cilantro & parsley. Sounds like you're going to have a great garden!

  5. Gods Provision profile image62
    Gods Provisionposted 4 years ago

    Oh man, where to being... Okra, peas, green beans, soy beans, Roma tomatoes, sugar pumpkins, spaghetti squash, zucchini, corn, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, spinach, egg plant, and the list goes on. I am in Texas, so this allows for is to be planting some warmer weather veggies. We also have a few greenhouses to help with the plants who need to stay warm when the cold weather sets in. Going to start planting right now.

    1. The Dirt Farmer profile image93
      The Dirt Farmerposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Wow! What a garden! Sounds fantastic.

  6. DrMark1961 profile image98
    DrMark1961posted 4 years ago

    Here in Brazil it is almost spring, and I planted some tomatoes and transplanted a pepper plant today. Nothing else will survive during the summer. I grow most of the crops that you consider summer crops during the winter, and unfortunately am not able to plant those things you are putting in the ground in MD at the moment.
    (Even most of the fruit trees, like cashew, bear in the spring or early summer. About the only thing that produces year round is the coconut.)
    I mostly just checked in to read the answers. It sounds like you have some great gardeners up there!

    1. The Dirt Farmer profile image93
      The Dirt Farmerposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      No offense but it sounds too warm there for me! (Even here is sometimes too warm.) I guess it's too hot for tomatoes there year round?

    2. DrMark1961 profile image98
      DrMark1961posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Not for everyone!Tourists like it since the water is always warm, even in the winter,even at night.Some of my neighbors grow veg under shade summer-even saw strawberries last wknd when I was out visiting.

  7. peachpurple profile image82
    peachpurpleposted 4 years ago

    spring onions and tea tree, all from old pots and growing

    1. The Dirt Farmer profile image93
      The Dirt Farmerposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      You grow your own tea?


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