The Plants You Need: Planting a Vegetable Garden in the Fall


You may have decided that you want to plant a vegetable garden this fall. After all, why save all of the fun for just the summer months? But how do you know what plants you will need? It might be tricky to know which ones will fare well and flourish as you want them too. But luckily, below you will find a comprehensive list of all of the plants you need when planting a vegetable garden in the fall!

So grab a pencil and make note! These plants are perfect for planting in the autumn months and getting a garden that will perform for you well.

Perfect Plants for a Fall Vegetable Garden:

Beans
Beans can be planted until late July for a fall harvest.

Beets
Beets can be planted until August for an early harvest.

Broccoli
Broccoli can be planted until July for a fall crop.

Brussels Sprouts
Plant by July for a fall crop.

Cabbage
Fall cabbage crops are perfect for early harvesting.

Chard
July is perfect to plant chard for an early crop.

Carrots
Plant carrots by July in order to harvest early.

Lettuce
Sow your head lettuce lettuce in July. Plant until mid-August.

Mustard Greens
Mustard can be planted through September to produce a harvest.

Onions
Onions for green or table onion use can be seeded until mid-July for fall use.

Parsley
Seed in early July for fall and spring use.

Peas
Peas can be planted in early November and picked in the fall.

As you can see, these are some wonderful and tasty options to try growing this fall! Why not pick a few and see which ones might work for you? You don’t have to give up your vegetable garden when fall hits, in fact it can just be getting going. Give some of these fall friendly plants a try and see what you come up with!

 

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